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MASACKSIC 

1966 



LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Volume X 

T. O'Toole and Sons, Publisher 





The Spirit 



the senior class 

cheerleading in the rain 

staying after school in honors 

collecting for the A.F.S. Fund 

Miss Steele and Mr. Lynch 

monitoring study halls 

giving your all, even if you have 

walking on the right side of the 

attending the school dances 

buying Outlet magazine 

making sure the cafeteria is clean 

buying school book covers and 

donating 5(V toward a prize for a 

being a language lab, cafeteria, 

processions to away football games. 




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English to learn just a little more 
Drive 



to dislocate a hip 
service squad member 



after second lunch 

pencils 

new school song 

or library aid 





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The Spirit 




cheering in the halls on Friday mornings 

going to a golf, ski, or swim meet 

being the Longmeadow Lancer 

hanging up spirit signs in the rain 

getting hoarse because you yelled so loud 

writing letters to the Jet Jotter 

paying attention to the P.A. announcements 

washing cars in the rain for the Key Club 

staying after football games to help pick 

painting your feet blue to make a Cleat 

keeping quiet in the library 

not walking on the grass and not picking 

looking in the mud for Jeff's contact lens 

attending the bonfire 

trying just a little harder. 




Of '66 Is . . 



before games 



at basketball games 

and the morning notices 

up the discarded papers 
Classical Clods sign 

the flowers in the court yard 
at the Enfield game 




MRS. GLADYS LEAB 




ten years 

ten years of teaching at Longmeadow High School 

ten years of teaching, guiding, helping-ten years of devotion 



in these years you have given time and energy to our school 

you have headed a growing language department 

you have advised two graduating classes 

you have taught four levels of Latin 

you have advised ten Latin clubs, organized Latin banquets 

in these years you have dedicated yourself to us 

and now you retire 



ten years 

for ten years you have helped us grow 

for ten years' service and devotion, we honor you 

MRS. GLADYS LEAB 



Academics 



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Seniors 46 

Underclassmen 86 




Spirit 



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Academics 



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staying up 'til 1 A.M. to study 
for a test 

studying by candlelight during 
a blackout 

doing extra credit reports 

a teacher's taking the time 
to check out 

reading Great Expectations 
in one night 

tutoring twice a week 

ignoring a cold to take an 
algebra test 

going to language lab 
after school 

doing the odd exercises, too 

reading for fun 

re-writing a paper for neatness 

asking for help at 2:22. 



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School Committee and Superintendent approve 



IRVING A. QUIMBY 



MRS. RUSSELL P. DALE, JR. 







E. JAMES STEPHENS 



RENE H. BACHAND, 
Business Manager 




MRS. CHARLES W. CARTER 



HERBERT M. GOLDSTEIN, 

Chairman 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE — Front: Mrs. Purdy, Secretary to Superintendent; Mrs. Carter; Mr. 
Goldstein; Mrs. Dale; back, Mr. Quimby, Dr. Russell, Mr. Bachand, Mr. Stephens. 

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decisions, decisions ... a new 
high school auditorhim? . . . 
a school pool? . . . expanded 
athletic fields? ... too many 
students, not enough rooms at 
the junior high. 

policies, plans . . . school ad- 
ministrations . . . increasing en- 
rollment in LHS in 1965 . . . 
progress .... taxes rise, but 
quality of education rises too 
. . . expanding summer school 
enrollment . . . continuing em- 
phasis on the individual. 

school budget-bills, expendi- 
tures, taxes .... striving for 
thrift but not frugality .... 
Dale, Stephens, Carter, Quim- 
by, Goldstein . . . serving Long- 
meadow on school board. 



bonfire and encourage school spirit. 




DR. ROBERT D. RUSSELL, Superintendent of Schools 



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phones ringing, appointments to make 
. . . new ideas for an expanding school 
system, new problems for an expanding 
school system . . . new report card pro- 
cessing . . . new elementary school . . . 
a new junior high or shall it be a mid- 
dle school? . . . modern additions to 
the high school. 

conferences and meetings . . . monthly 
principal reports . . . weekly School 
Board meetings . . . state superintendent 
meetings in Boston . . . busy PTA con- 
ferences ... all culminating in town 
meetings ... so many people to meet 
and so many meetings to attend. 

setting of school standards the role of 
our superintendent ... an energetic 
man for an exacting job . . . the strong- 
est link in the chain binding our school 
system together. 





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the seat of authority . . . the 
president of our academic com- 
munity . . . how about a haircut 
by tomorrow morning ... of 
course you may put up that pos- 
ter there . . . anything for school 
spirit . . . switch G and E block 
next Friday . . . when's that ap- 
pointment with Mrs. . . . let's 
see everybody at the game! 

our principal stands for pride 
and spirit in action . . . watch 
him at football and basketball 
games ... in his office . . . walk- 
ing to school each morning . . . 
leading assemblies and meetings 
... on the move all the time . . . 
watch him . . . setting examples 
for Lancers to follow. 



EDGAR G. CRAVER, 
Ski Team Coach 



PRINCIPAL 



from head offices. 



skirts aboye the knee, pants too 
tight, ties askew . . . you're not 
sending me home to change, are 
you? . . . skipping classes? . . . 
but Mr. Fuller, I was absent . . . 
gum chewing? . . . another oc- 
cupant for detention hall ... ad- 
ministering punishments ... a 
job not to be coveted. 

a lighter, more enjoyable side 
. . . initialing "Peanuts" posters 
. . . helping to organize a Service 
Squad and Key Club . . . going 
to church in an Indian costume 
with Pocahontas ... an active 
supporter of the students, the ac- 
tivities, and the spirit of LHS. 



DONALD T. FULLER, 
VICE PRINCIPAL 
Service Squad 





Faculty Council determines the ways and means 



FACULTY COUNCIL — Front: Mr. Fuller, Miss Erickson, Mr. Craver, Mrs. Leab, 
Mr. D'Agostino; back: Mr. Dexter, Mr. Dankevich, Mr. Pratt, Mr. Haskell, Mr. Lopes, 
Mr. Ness. 





problems in placing these students . . . 
and what about study halls this year? 
. . . responsibility ... an honor system 
. . . will it work? ... no more library 
privileges for honor students . . . but 
lockers may be opened between blocks. 

planning . . . switch E and G block, 
then assembly . . . teachers complain 
. . . but we try . . . must order more 
paper, and kleenex is low . . . but there 
is the budget to balance . . . and books 
to buy for S.M.S.G. and B.S.C.S. . . . 
will there be a History 111? — one 
or two years? . . . and the new modern 
algebra ... is it working out? ... so 
many problems. 

placed in the conference room . . . every 
Wednesday morning . . . Mr. Craver's 
cabinet with problems ... to solve. 



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Secretaries quell mass confusion from 8:00 to 2:22. 



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efficiency in action . . . will you type 
this up for me, Mrs. Panto? . . . con- 
stant hurrying . . . but this notice was 
supposed to go in today . . . work, work, 
and more work . . . will you file this 
under D, Janet . . . ringing . . . buzzing 
... so many noises . . . give this lunch 
to Albert, please — he left it at home 
this morning. 

experts on everything from . . . but 
Mrs. Washburn, the phone doesn't 
work . . . to . . . Mrs. Downton, how 
do you spell internal? . . . call on line 
one . . . not you again — but that's 
three passes in one day . . . no, the 
carbon paper goes in the other way . . . 
is Mr. Fuller in? . . . buzzzz . . . 2:22 
. . . rest . . . until tomorrow. 




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ELIZABETH DOWNTON 



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Varsity Basketball 




BARBARA W. ROBERTS 



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will all those who signed up to see the representative 
from Harvard please . . . you'll have to get those 
marks up . . . take some more tests . . . Iowas, fill in 
the bubbles, college boards, fill in the boxes . . . and 
no stray marks ... I don't think I want to go there 
if I have to take the writing sample . . . decisions, 
decisions. 

hoards scurrying into the congested office . . . boards 
are in, class rank is out, did I make it? . . . quizzical 
expressions and frantic pleas . . . I'm sorry but Miss 
Jensen is in conference . . . sign the clipboard . . . 
thumb through reams of catalogues . . . ponder over 
a few, sigh over many, discard most ... all leading to 
those anxious days in April . . . guidance helps us to 
make our own decisions. 






complaints with new IBM system. 




WILLIAM A. DEXTER 

Director of Guidance 



GLADYS C. JENSEN 

Guidance Secretary 



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Miss Baird co-ordinates books and students. 



MARGERY D. BAIRD 

Librarian 

Library Aides 



drop that pass off at the desk . . . now to find a private 
. . . excuse me but this is already taken . . . booth ... oh 
well, a table will have . . . sorry, these three seats . . . 
oops, make that a window desk . . . now let me see . . . 
the role of witch doctors in primitive Africa . . . excuse 
me, Miss Baird, but could you ... all right, I'll try the 
700's . . . books, books, and more books . . . how can 
you find just one little book . . . not this one . . . this one 
doesn't have anything . . . interesting, but I couldn't fit 
it in . . . it's perfect, I found one! . . . now to do some 
serious studying . . . but that can't be the bell! 






LAZY LADS LOUNGE in Library: Bob Thompson, Brian Dee, John Bartlett, 
Hank Ellis, George Lagassa, Bob Basdekis. 



BARBARA M. MEIKLEJOHN 



AW, C'MON, Mr. Lopes. You don't really practice yoga, do you? 




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DO THESE BRAINS really read all of these books? 




OLIVIO A. LOPES 

Department Head 
English 12 



words . . . what are they? ... a picture is worth a thou- 
sand of them . . . friends, Romans, countrymen: you 
can't hear a picture . . . vocabulary #2, emotive . . . the 
quality of mercy is not strained . . . senior, tell me what 
you have learned in four years of English . . . communi- 
cation more vivid than any picture, more living than 
life itself . . . truth . . . why did Finny die? . . . love . . . 
Elizabeth Browning . . . courage . . . the red badge scar- 
let letter. 

what! . . . can you figure out this poem? "so much de- 
pends upon a red wheelbarrow" . . . forget it ... I forgot 
to put footnotes at the bottom of page nine: I quoted 
Dickens . . . book report tomorrow? only 571 pages left 
for me to read . . . who's got a summary of Julius Cae- 
sar? . . . A Separate Peace . . . grief ... I almost cried 
... a rich tapestry of images and sounds and feeling 
and life . . . much more than just words. 



English words create life, wisdom, vocabulary tests 



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English is sense, feeling, tone and intention. 



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ANN-MARIE LYNCH 
English Composition 10 
Debate Club, Senior Class 



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EVE D. DOLGIN 
English 10 



HOWARD F. BURKE 
English 9 
Frosh Baseball 




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AMANDA B. WANEGAR 
English 9 



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BESS W. SPAULDING 
English 9, 10 



RUBY MacINTYRE 
English 11, 12 
Junior Class 



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Lecture series gives us practice in note-taking. 



KIRBY E. JUDD 
English 11 
Outlet 



NANCY J. EATON 
English 12 
Riding Club 



VIRGINIA S. ALLISON 
English 9 
Ski Club 



WILLIAM J. McLEAN 

English 10 

Key Club, Frosh Football 




JOHN X. LYNCH 

English 11, Journalism 
Jet Jotter, Sign Making 



DEBORAH C. STEELE 

English 12 

Masacksic, Sign Making 




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Famous last words— "Je ne comprends pas." 



LINDA A. SHERMAN 
French I, II, III 
National Honor Society 



PAUL W. STANDISH 
Spanish I, II 
Spanish Club 



ALICE M. EARL 
French I, 7 (Junior High) 
Junior High French Chorus 
Junior High Riding Club 




EDMOND J. HOULE 

French I, II 

Future Teachers of America 



ANN A. DUDLEY 
Latin I, II 
Honor Society 
Latin Club 



CAROLE D. LANDRY 
French I, III (Honors), IV 



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Language is the key to foreign doors. 



EMIL M. KAHAN 
Latin I, II 



MARQUELA I. PEREZ 
Spanish I, IV 



WILLIAM H. WHITTAKER 
French II, III, IV 
French Club 





ANN C. MEDER 
Spanish II, III 
Sophomore Class 



3%. 




ELIZABETH W. WARREN 
French I, II, III 
National Honor Society 



RAYMOND R. VILLENEUVE 
French I, II 
Student Council 
Rifle Team 






Language Department offers a round-trip ticket abroad. 



GLADYS B. LEAB 
Department Head 
Latin III, IV 



j'entre dans la salle de classe . . . yo saludo al profesor 
. . . now really, Mr. Kahan, it's only the primus dies 
. . . d'accord, repetez apres moi . . . como esta usted, 
senor . . . gosh, Mrs. Leab, this Latin is Greek to 
me ... by the way, Mr. Whittaker, what did happen 
to le petit prince ... a sus ordenes, Carlos ... re- 
member class, experentia docet. 

Mr. Standish, who did you say wrote El Cid . . . 
could you repeat that en anglais, Mile. Landry . . . 
now why don't the Spanish learn to speak ingles 
. . . oh, ma pauvre petite .... say it again, Roberto, 
but with mucho gusto . . . c'est vrai, venimus vidimus 
vicimus, n'est-ce pas? 





ARNELDA RICHTER 
Language Lab. Director 
Language Lab. Aides 



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To learn by the mistakes of the past is our goal 



JOHN D. REILLY 
U.S. History II 
World History 




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"one if by land, two if by sea" . . . U. S. Con- 
stitution — We, the people of the United 
States, in order to form a more perfect . . . war 
hawks and the War of 1812 . . . Jacksonian 
democracy and the spoils system . . . divided 
we fall — the Civil War . . . the West ex- 
pands . . . big business rises . . . Pearl Harbor 
falls . . . American History. 

Neanderthal man . . . mummies and pharaohs 
. . . Julius Caesar rules the mighty Roman Em- 
pire . . . from Dark Ages to the Renaissance 
. . . 1588 and the Spanish Armada .... did 
Napoleon love Josephine? . . . Bismarck and 
Hitler . . . how do you spell Blitzkreig? . . . 
the Atomic Age . . . World Civilization. 



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We reflect on the past . . . we analyze the present 



STANLEY F. URSPRUNG 
World History 9, U.S. History II 
Football, Track 



JOSEPH LaVALLEY 

U.S. History I, II 

American Field Service School Representative, 

Frosh Basketball 



WALTER A. REPPUCCI 
Economics 12, U.S. History II 
Senior Class, Conservative Club 




NEW FADS make new history: 
one shoe, Sandy? 



we plan for the future. 



MICHAEL F. BURNS 
U.S. History I, II 



richard McCarthy 

World History 
U.S. History II 




BRUCE R. RYDER 

U.S. History I, II 

Assistant Football, Head Hockey 



CHARLES J. MANNHEIM 

Biology, Science II 

Freshman Soccer, J. V. Basketball 




JOHN H. HOOPER 

Physics, Science I 

Boys' Intramural Bowling 



RONALD J. MERRITT 
Science II, III, IV 
Greenhouse Manager 



EDWIN L. FINKLEHOFFE 
Science I 



Exploration, experimentation, discovery: signposts of science. 



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THOMAS L. JOHNSON 
Biology, Science II 
Frosh Football, Baseball 



EDWARD PRATT 
Department Head 
Advanced Biology, Science I 
Director: Secondary Summer School 




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HENRY J. NORTH 

Chemistry 



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RONALD W. MORRISSETTE 
Science II, Biology 



adjust the 'scope . . . close one eye . . . now where did 
that amoeba go? . . . formaldahyde . . . blue-green 
algae . . . and are euglenas plant or animal? . . . petri 
dishes and experiments . . . you say that will be a nickel 
for tipping over my stool? . . . the mysteries of life 
revealed . . . biology. 

CH 4 + 20 2 > CO 2 + 2H.,O . . . formulas to be memorized 
. . . are you sure this is an electrolyte? . . . stained 
hands . . . just what kind of a "mole" are you talking 
about? . . . no, of course I'm not trying to blow up the 
school . . . the wonder of a balanced equation .... 
chemistry. 

pulleys and "simple" machines . . . effort . . . efficiency 
. . . formulas . . . work . . . inclined planes . . . but how 
do I compute this problem? ... of course it's been 
carried out to ten places . . . the satisfaction of a prob- 
lem correctly solved . . . physics. 

symbols to memorize . . . simple equations . . . photo- 
synthesis and the ten life functions . . . pulleys and 
input equalling output ... a base on which to build 
. . . general science. 




Science furthers knowledge of expanding technical world. 




BY GEORGE! There's too much pepper in Bucky's brew 
George Lagassa, Bucky Upson, Pepper Martin. 




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CARLENE D. LITTLEFIELD 
Algebra I, II, Geometry 




HOWS MY STOCK today, Mr. Suher? — John Hyland, Jack Gushue, 
Arnold Zamansky, Danny Bloom, Pete Graham, Jeff Diamond. 




From sets to limits in yl6 years. 




mathematics — an exacting science . . . no, Mr. Ness, 
please no more simultaneous linear equations . . . 
freshmen taking Algebra II . . . find the converse of 
this theorem . . . but, Mr. Ahern, how do you use the 
slope-intercept method? . . . equilateral triangles . . . 
now class, fourth degree quadratic equations are very 
practical, for example . . . inverse variation . . . syn- 
thetic division . . . Mr. Suher, I didn't understand the 
homework . . . congruency or similarity ... a geometric 
what? 

new senior calculus course . . . logarithms and trig . . . 
monomials and polynomials . . . Mr. Daniels, aren't 
they congruent by SAS, not SSS? . . . values of trigono- 
metric functions ... as x increases y decreases . . . Miss 
Martin, I punctured my thumb with a compass . . . poly- 
gons and quadrilaterals . . . and the wonder of it all is 
that it works! 



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ACTON WILEY 
Math 9, 10, 11 
Assistant Hockey 



THOMAS J, NESBITT 

Algebra, Geometry, Introduction to Matl 

Freshman Class, Swim Team 




KENNETH W. WOODS 
Algebra I, Algebra II 
Anti-Smoking Council 



ROBERT C. NESS 

Department Head 

Math 9, 12 

Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club) 



Through piles of scrap paper and lengthy computations, we 



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GEORGE E. ALDRICH 
Math 9, 10, 12 
Junior Class 



WILLIAM AHERN 

Plane Geometry, Algebra II, Math IV 

Faculty Manager of Athletics 




ELIZABETH K. LAVIN 
Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II 
Junior Class, National Honor Society 



DAVID DANIELS 
Mathematics 9, 10, 11 
Responsibility Group 



probe the mysteries of mathematics. 



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Efficiency is the aim of our diversified business department. 



RITA J. HELFGOTT 

Typing I, II, Steno I, II, Office Practice 



JAMES LAUDATO 

Economics, General Business, Typing I 

Business Club 




CONCENTRATION AND PRACTICE make Sue 
Nourse and Debbie Weise promising typists. 



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VAL J. DANKEVICH 

Bookkeeping 11-12, Economics 11-12, Business Law 

11-12, Business Club, Book Store, Supply Aides 





GOOD EARS, cramped hands, and stubby pencils typify this stenography class. 



click, click, ding . . . typists at work . . . working in the 
office and helping with the yearbook . . . practicing in 
typing class to perfect their skills . . . typing, a useful 
skill now ... a necessary one for a business career. 

ish, chay, and jay are all vertical lines . . . learning basic 
shorthand theory . . . then developing it into a practical 
skill . . . useful for taking notes in class ... a necessity 
to become an efficient secretary. 

economics and bookkeeping . . . how to manage money 
. . . how to keep a record of it . . . helpful skills for any 
worker or homemaker . . . but most important for those 
entering the business world. 



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Art expresses our emotions. 



LILLIAN R. ERICKSON 
Department Head 
Coordinator of Art K-12 
Art 9-12 
Art Club, Dances 







shaping, building, baking, basting . . . ow, my finger! . . . 

pound, buzz, deafening . . . burning muffins . . . sand 

that cabinet more smoothly 

. . . pins, threads, pots, pans 

oh no, I . . . clay in my hair . 

up, class . . . new teachers, 

oneself in all media. 



tables, bookends, saws 
. cut a skirt pattern . . . 
messy but fun . . . clean 
new concepts . . . applying 



where shall I hit him today? . . . blending harmony . . . 
tone down that trumpet . . . your violin is screeching 
. . . butterflies and tension . . . don't use too much ink in 
that sketch . . . you're putting shadows on the wrong 
side . . . cycloramists, track down india ink . . . rehears- 
als, don't be nervous . . . core and depth . . . put more 
guts into it . . . practice, practice, practice . . . the result 
worth all . . . in the creation of masterpieces of fine art. 



JOHN S. ROSSITER 

Shop I, Power Mechanics, Machine Shop, 

Electricity- Electronics, Advanced Woodworking 



DAVID W. ALLAN 

Audiovisual Coordinator 

Descriptive Geometry, Wood Working, 

Technical Drawing I, II 

Adviser for AV Assistants 



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ROGER C. LeBLANC 

Work Study Project 
Assistant Soccer 



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Do you like it? I made it. 



GERTRUDE C. BLAKEBOROUGH 
Clothing 1, 2, 3, 4, Child Care and Development 
Les Cuisinieres 




WILFRED BURKLE 

Band, Orchestra, Living Arts 

String Quartets, Baroque Ensemble, Jesters, 

Majorettes 



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JULIANNE M. SANDERS 
Foods and Nutrition I, II, III 



EDWARD DONLON 

Crafts 1, 2, 3 
Cycloramists 



J. ALFREDO CARBONELL 

Music Theory and Harmony I 

Chorus I, Men's Chorus, 

Girls' Concert Chorus, Lyrics, Cantori 

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ELIZABETH EVANS 

Drill Team, Leaders' Club, Domestic Exchange, 

Girls' Sports 



Play and have a good time 




baskets, lockers, gym notebooks . . . squad places girls 
. . . thirty-two degrees and we're outside playing field 
hockey? . . . breathe deeply, ladies, it's invigorating! 

apparatus gym . . . grace and coordination, or at least try 
. . . ropes and rings — never look down . . . somersaults 
on the tramp . . . routines for the unevens ... oh, I 
ache. 

basketball . . . pass and dribble and pass again . . . run- 
ning and running and running . . . puff . . . layups-left, 
right, left and up . . . how to feel like a spazz . . . puff 
puff. 

finally, Sports Night . . . weeks of fun and preparation 
... Jet Team, White Team, last minute changes . . . 
panic and frustration . . . but oh, the glory of that ap- a 
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four years of individual development and team compe- 
tition . . . required course, but who's complaining? . . . 
it's good for us and we know it. 





DOROTHY R. MISTARK 
Cheerleaders, Leaders' Club, Girls' Sports 



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but win! 



NORMAN S. HARRIS 

Leaders' Club, Wrestling, Track, Intramurals- 

Flag Football 




hey, that's my locker . . . 36-24-36 or 
34-36-24 . . . where's my left sock . . . 
whistle . . . hurry we're late . . . couldn't 
take an extra lap today . . . brrrr . . . 
forgot my sweatshirt . . . too late now 
. . . Coach, I broke my shoestring, 
stopped to . . . Coach D'Ag ... I 
wouldn't want to say I told you so but 
... I told you so. 

my outstanding group, stand out over 
. . . speedball, a game more or less like 
soccer . . . mostly less . . . gametime . . . 
brutality . . . lost four zip . . . whistle . . . 
calisthenics . . . down, two, three, four 
. . . you'll make it, leader . . . then an 
880 .. . double up over double lunch 
. . . whistle . . . it's a one minute walk 
... if you run . . . handsome, leave the 
girls alone . . . showers . . . brrrr . . . 
warmer outside . . . anymore towels, 
Coach Harris . . . anybody got a comb? 




ROBERT D AGOSTINO 

Director of Physical Education 

Leaders' Club, Baseball, Assistant Football 



43 




LAUGHING ABOUT LUNCH? 



here they come . . . brace yourself 
thirty-five cents, twenty-five cents, 
twenty cents . . . you forgot your 
milk . . . not enough change . . . 
line's slowing up . . . almost done. 

empty your milk please . . . look at 
all the leftovers . . . guess they didn't 
like the lunch today . . . lines are 
getting too long . . . keep 'em mov- 
ing . . . hey, throw away that bag. 

how many more minutes do we 
have? . . . have to finish my ice 
cream . . . I'm going to comb my 
hair, want to come? . . . three min- 
utes left? I have to study! . . . there's 
the bell . . . come on. 



They give us pills, sympathetic help with stuck 




wonder if she'll dismiss me if I 
tell her I'm contagious . . . sta- 
tionery for Red Cross Club at 
last — the annual fund-raising 
drive ... a wicked headache . . . 
two aspirins, please . . . and a 
badly stubbed toe . . . you don't 
look very sick . . . absentee ex- 
cuses . . . the waiting in line. 

if you hear a sound from the 
earphone, raise your hand . . . 
and future nurses working to- 
ward a common goal . . . scraped 
my knee during a baseball game 
last period ... a tetanus shot . . . 
any alternative? 




MRS. JOAN LOW 

School Nurse 

Future Nurses, Red Cross Club 




Front: Mrs. Grace MacAfee, Mrs. Camillos Burns, Mrs. An- Kinney, Mrs. Stella Calabrese, Mrs. Eileen Reilly, Mrs. Bridget* 

toinette Fortin, Mrs. Elsie Johnson, Mrs. Ann Fede; Back: Mineo, Mrs. Lucille Tranghese, Mrs. Carolyn Paige. 
Mrs. Ruth Wolfram, Mrs. Louise DiPalma, Mrs. Bertha Mc- 



lockers, and always trays still wet from first lunch 




Front: Edward Chouinard, Harry O'Neil, Joseph Couture; Back: Erwin Newman, Harold 
Theboge, John Sowers, Roger Robert, John Rendak. 



waxing the floor . . . straightening the chairs . . . cleaning 
the chalk trays ... all in the line of duty . . . fixing some- 
one's locker . . . cleaning up messes in the halls . . . repair- 
ing the radiators ... all in the line of duty . . . lending a 
helping hand . . . searching for a lost book . . . being 
friendly and understanding ... all in the line of service. 




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Class of '66 

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converting a cafeteria into 
the Swiss Alps 

taking S.A.T.'s two months in a row 

living cheerfully 'til April 1 5 

good class advisers 

initiating a bonfire 

caring enough to be responsible 

being dismissed for a 
college interview 

carrying the heaviest English 
lit book 

staying awake at the 
all night party 

collecting for the Toy for Joy Fund 

continuing to study after mid-years 

setting a good example 
for underclassmen. 



47 



As freshmen we started the countdown that launched the 



SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL: Seated— Linda Thompson, Carl Craft, Fran Mirkin, Rob 
Ranahan, Chris Zacarian; sanding — Sue Filkins, Ann Kent, Helen Triouleyre. 








back again . . . King of the Mountain . . . last year, fast year . . . 
give me an "L" school spirit ... WE ARE THE SENIORS, 
MIGHTY, MIGHTY . . . tops in everything . . . captains of 
sports, leaders of activities . . . queens of the books . . . responsi- 
bilities on our shoulders now. 

yearbook pictures, caps and gowns? only September . . . wait a 
minute . . . early acceptance . . . stop the clock . . . applications 
... see your guidance counselor . . . pressure-tick-tension-tock 
. . . only 8-7-6 months 5-4-3 . . . finally that great day of accep- 
tance . . . hey stop hold the clock . . . last vocab, last book report 
. . . last everything. 

senior week ... a riotous, crazy week, all our own . . . the sen- 
ior prom, the all-night party . . . fun, laughter . . . sadness, tears 
. . . friends become closer, strangers become friends . . . it's 
almost over. 

the final realization . . . it's really gone ... it took so long, went 
so fast, come back . . . no, . . . more ahead . . . diplomas mark 
an end and a beginning. 



MR. REPPUCCI AND MISS LYNCH lead 
the seniors through their final year. 



Spirit of '66! 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Holly Clark, Secretary; Bart 
Frisbie, President; Steve Munn, Vice-President; Jill Parker, 
Treasurer. 



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Mike ABRAHAMSEN 

Far we may search before we Sal 

find the only way to have a friend 

A heart so manly and so kind, is to be one. 

Scott Emerson 





PETER McLEOD 

ADRIANCE 

Pete 

So of cheerfulness, or a good 

temper, the more it is spent, 

the more of it remains. 

Emerson 



INGER R. ANDREE 

the best ornaments of a wom- 
an are silence and modesty. 

Euripides 



Our explosive energy ignited 




ROSS BARRY APPLEMAN 

Apples 

Boys will be boys. 

Hubbard 



CAROL ANN ATWOOD 

Friendship and loyalty she has 
plenty of. 

Unknown 



SCOTT BAIRD 

Scott 

7 live the life I love. 



GRETCHEN TORRENCE 

BALTHASER 

Born with the gift of laughter 

and a sense that the world is 

mad. 

Sabatine 



JANET LOIS BARDACH 

Silence! the pride of reason. 

Holmes 



Unknown 



FREDERICK SAMUEL 
BAXTER 

Fred 

Debt is a bottomless sea. 



Carlyle 






JAMES ARTHUR 
BAXTER, JR. 

Jim 

Men are only boys grown tall; 
Hearts don't change much after 
all. 

Anonymous 



KATHARINE BURRELL 
BEILBY 
Kaki, Beils 

Free inquiry is the most impor- 
tant privilege of the human 
mind. 

D'Aubigne 



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Childs; back: Marg Donovan, Joanne Davenport, Marylyn 
Nye, Helen Triouleyre, Peggy Melvin, Chris Zacarian. 



the first freshman cheerleaders. 




BARBARA ANN BENTSON 

Barb 

Her hair is not more sunny 

than her heart. 

Anonymous 



JUDY LYNN BENZELL 
// there is any mystery in the 
world, it is individuality. 

Baech 



RICHARD BESSEL 
Rich 

The scholar is the student of 
the world. 

Emerson 



G. DANIEL BETSHER 
Dan 

The brightest wisdom is con- 
tinued cheerfulness. 

Montaigne 



DOUGLAS W. BISHOP 

Doug 

An easy-going soul and always 

was. 

Austophaus 



AMY GWEN BLACK 

Laboring toward distant aims 
sets the mind in a higher key, 
and puts us at our best. 

Parkhurst 





JOHN BOLTRUCYK LINDA ANNE BOSTWICK 

The smile that won't come off. Bosh 

Standish The best of healers is good 
cheer. 

Pindar 




Sophomore year, even 




VICTORIA DENISE 
BOUCHER 

Vicky 

Knowledge is but folly unless 

it is guided by grace. 

Herbert 



RUTH ELIZABETH 
BOURQUE 

Betty 

// is tranquil power which ac- 
complishes much. 

Thoreau 



NANCY MERRITT 
BRIGHAM 

Good order is the foundation 
of all good things. 

Burke 



BARBARA ANN BROWN 
On with the dance! Let joy be 
unconfin'd. 

Byron 



JAMES M. BURNS 
Jim 

You hear that boy laughing? 
You think he's all fun; 
But the angels laugh, too, at 
The good he has done. 

Holmes 



ROBERT CARROLL BUSBY 
Bob 

A mind equal to any task he 
puts it along side of. 

Dickens 






DEBORAH L. CARL 


JOHN HENRY 


GEOFFREY BARTLETT 


SAMUEL DALE 


Debbie 


CARPENTER 


CHANDLER 


CHAPIN, JR. 


I would rather live for thirty 


Carp 


Jeff 


Sam 


years than exist for ninety. 


He whose goodness is part of 


To live is not merely to breathe, 


I'm no angel. 


Anonymous 


himself, is what is called a real 


it is to act. 






man. 


Rousseau 





Mencius 



the bulldozers bounced! 



Thackery 




LINDA MARGARET 
CHILDS 

I'm going to do as I please. 

Sinatra 



SUZANNE HANSON 

CHILDS 

Bula 

Fond of fun as fond can be. 

Sayers 




JEFFREY COCHRAN 

Animal 

Life's a jest, and all things show 

it. 

Gay 



STUART HARVEY COHEN 

Lemon 

Liberty of thought is the life of 

the soul. 

Voltaire 



HOLLY ANN CLARK 
Hoi 

Beauty is power; a smile is its 
sword. 

Reade 


LAWRENCE SACHSE 
COOLEY 

Larry 

Wit and wisdom arc born with 

a man. 




Selden 





JOAN FROST CORBETT 
Joni 

Moderation, the noblest gift of 
God. 

Euripides 



GEORGE BARTLETT 
CORCORAN III 

Nothing is at last sacred but the 
integrity of your own mind. 

Emerson 




CHRISTINE HYNES 
COUGHLAN 

Chris 

Friendship must be accompa- 
nied by virtue. 

Trap 



CARLTON WILLIAM 

CRAFT, JR. 

Cot 

What after all is a halo? It's 
only one more thing to keep 
clean. 

Unknown 



New addition provides more 




BRUCE W. CURRAN 

I've taken my fun where I've 
found it. 

Kipling 



MARLENE ANN CUTLER 

An easy going soul, and always 
was. 

Aristophanes 



MICHAEL JOSEPH 

DANGELO 

Mike 

Life and good living, what do 

we want besides? 

La Fontaine 



JOANNE BETTE 

DAVENPORT 

Bette 

Beauty unadorn'd. 



Behn 



NEIL EMMET DAVIDSON 

Beware the fury of a patient 
man. 

Dryden 



BRUCE GIBBONS DEELY 

Oh boys, the times I've seen. 

Gogarty 






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JEFFREY MICHAEL JOYCE BERNICE DIVER 

DIAMOND Her voice was ever soft, gen- 

Jeff tie, and low; an excellent thing 

Men of great abilities are gen- in a woman, 
erally of large and vigorous Shakespeare 

nature. 

Taylor 





MARGUERITE STOKES 
DONOVAN 

Gunther 

Good things come in little 

packages. 

Anonymous 



KAREN SUSAN DORE 
Some think the world is made 
for fun and frolic and so do I. 
Anonymous 



places to hang more signs. 




RUEDIGER HANS- 
JOACHIM DOSSMANN 
Rudy 

His company is an everlasting 
pleasure to us. 

Pilpay 




DIANE M. DZWILEWSKI 
Di 

A smile is worth a million dol- 
lars and doesn't cost a cent. 

Nesbit 



NANCY JEAN EASTON 
The sweet expression of that 
face, forever changing, yet the 
same. 

Rogers 



Nancy Leavitt, Alan Kibbe, Bucky Upson, 
Bob Lowe, Barbara Siegel. 



J ANNA M. EDELBERG 
Like angels' visits, short and 
bright. 

Norris 




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SUSAN ELIZABETH 
EDWARDS 

Sue 

// you would create something, 

you must be something. 

Goethe 



ARDETH SUSAN EISNER 
Gentle in manner, strong in 
performance. 

Aquaria 



KAREN SHIRLEY ELMER 

Goodness consists not in the 
outward things we do hut in 
the inward things we are. 

Chapea 



LYNN BARBARA FARRELL 

A laugh to be joyous must flow 
from a joyous heart. 

Carlyle 



HENRY CHARLES ELLIS 

Hank 

Little man, what now? 

Fallada 



DONNA LYNNE FAUBERT 
Of manners, gentle, of affec- 
tions, mild. 

Pope 




A junior prom in the Swiss Alps with Bart and Connie as king 






RONALYNN MAE SUSAN DARBY FILKINS 

FIELDMAN Silky 

Ronnie The less of routine, the more of 

Peace to the gentle. life. 

Elliott Alcott 




JOAN ALBERTA FINN 

Finny 

The force of her merit makes 

her way. 

Shakespeare 



BARBARA WEBSTER 
EATON FISHER 
Barb 

The beautiful is the most useful 
in art; but the sublime in art is 
the most helpful. 

Joubert 



DONALD WILLIAM 

FLEMING 

Don 

A light heart lives long. 

Unknown 



RICHARD WETHERBEE 

FLINT 
Dick 

God helps them who help 
themselves. 

Franklin 



JOHN DAVID FORBESS 

Obliging and cheerful, indus- 
trious and kind. 

Dubourge 



NORMAN WILLIAM 
FRANCIS 

Wit is the salt of conversation. 
Ha2litt 




and queen of the mountain. 




BARBARA ANN 

FRANKLIN 

Bobbi 

Art is a spiritual triumph. 

Charming 



LINDA LOUISE FREDETTE 

She that was ever fair and never 

proud, 
Had tongue at will and yet nuts 

never loud. 

Unknown 





BARTLETT HOLT FRISBIE KATHRYN ANN 
Bare GALBRAITH 

None but himself can be his Karliy 

parallel. For we that live to please must 

Theobald please to live. 

Johnson 



57 







PAMELA HILL GATES 

Pam 

Pleasure and action make the 

hours seem short. 

Unknown 



JOANNE BARBARA 
GLOTH 

J° 

A good disposition is more val- 
uable than gold. 

Addison 



RONALD ALAN GOMEZ 
Ron 

No life is so hard that you can't 
can't make it easier by the way 
you take it. 

Glasgow 



ROBERT MARTIN 
GOODHUE 
Bob 

Nothing great was ever 
achieved without enthusiasm. 
Emerson 



ALAN CHARLES GORROD 
Go 

The opportunity for doing mis- 
chief is found a hundred times 
a day. 

Voltaire 



PETER DREW GRAHAM 
Pete 

Rascals are always sociable. 

Schopenhauer 




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TERRY EMILA GUENTHER 

A smile is the whisper of a 
laugh. 

Unknown 



MARLENE ELLEN 
GURLAND 

Mam 

Let knowledge grow from more 

to more. 

Tennyson 



JOHN FLEMING GUSHUE 
Jack 

Common sense is not so com- 
mon. 

Voltaire 



ROBIN D. HART 

How sweet and gracious, even 
in common speech. 

Fields 



58 




CHARLES EDWARD 
HAYES 
Charlie 

The desire of knowledge like 

the thwst of riches increases 

even with the acquisition of it. 

Sterne 



JANIS RAE HERNBERG 
Jan 

So many worlds, so much to do. 
Tennyson 



JOAN FRANCES 
HERNBERG 

Still waters run deep. 

English proverb 



DEBORAH BETH 

HIRSHFIELD 

Debbi 

A still, soft voice. 



Kings 



FREDERIC RUSSELL 

HOEKSTRA 

Fred 

Will is character in action. 

McDongall 



RAYMOND B. HOLMES 
Ray 

"I'm just as big for me," said 
he, "As you are for you!" 

Bangs 




Little Mary Sunshine. 




PAUL R. HOMSTEAD LINDA ANN HOPKINS 

Homer No mischief but a woman is at 

A little nonsense now and then the end of it. 
is relished by the wisest men. Shakespeare 

Unknown 




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59 



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JOHN ATWATER 

HULIT, III 

Chip 

Our thoughts and our conduct 

are our own. 

Praude 



SALLY S. HUTCHINGS 

There's nothing like fun, 
is there? 

Halliburton 



JOHN WILLIAM HYLAND 
In quietness and confidence 
shall be your strength. 

The Bible 



MICHAEL ALLEN 

JALONEN 

O let me be myself. 



Ingelow 



DIANA LESLI JANIK 
Di 

To the woman, the heart is her 
world. 

Grabbe 



ROBERT ANDREW 

JOHNSON 

Bob 

Man is a tool-using animal. 

Carlyle 




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RICHARD ALLEN ROBERT S. JOHNSON 

JOHNSON Bird 

Rick Life is too short to be serious. 

On a good bargain, think twice. Anonymous 

Unknown 




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Carl Craft 




PAUL WINTHROP JONES 

a moral sensible and well-bred 
man. 

Cowper 



ELLEN KIMBERLY JUDD 

El 

A wise and understanding 

heart. 

The Bible 



RICHARD JEFFREY 

KAGAN 

Beneath the rule of men 

entirely great 
the pen is mightier than 

the sword. 

Unknown 



SVALA KARLSDOTTIR 

. . . and where'er she met a 

stranger, there she left a friend. 

Lowell 



JAMES G. KATTER 

Jim 

A true friend is forever a 

friend. 

MacDonald 



ELLEN CAROL KATZ 

And all that's best of dark and 

bright meet in . . . her eyes. 

Byron 




to blazing Lancer bonfire. 




JEAN KELLY 
Kel 

Sweeter also than honey and 
the honeycomb. 

Psalms 




ANN LAURA KENT 
The laughter of girls is, and 
ever was, among the delightful 
sounds of earth. 

De Quincey 




ALAN LELAND KIBBE 
Al 

All things are won by diligence. 
Menander 



JOHN KOCHANOWSKI 
Let us lire then, and be glad. 
Unknown 



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WES S. KREVALIN 

With so swift a sense for fun. 
Teasdale 



GEORGE KEITH LAGASSA 
'Tis good-will makes intelli- 
gence. 

Emerson 




BETH K. LAUTERWASSER THOMAS JOHN LEAB 

A deep, genuine, heart-felt sin- Tom 

cerity is a trait of true and The silent bear no witness 

noble manhood. against themselves. 

Anonymous Huxley 



Fiery enthusiasm sparks Domestic 




NANCY STOWE LEAVITT 

Nance 

Style is a man's own; it is a 

part of his nature. 

Buffon 



ROBERT BRUCE LEFF 

Work is only done when it's 
done with a will. 

Ruskin 



JOHN LEIPOLD, JR. 

He kept his thoughts within 
him. 

Unknoivn 



SANDRA ELLEN LEVY 

Sandy 

Life is not life at all without 

delight. 

Palmore 



MICHAEL LIEBER 
Mike 

A grain of gaiety seasons every- 
thing. 

Franklin 



ROBERT FLYNT LINCOLN 

Bob 

Good humor is goodness and 

wisdom combined. 

Meredith 





DANA BANCROFT 

LITTLEFIELD 

Blinky 

Good health and good sense are 

two of life's greatest blessings. 

Syrns 




GEORGE LOCARIO 

A willing worker and a willing 
friend. 

Unknown 




Jack Duckett, Richard Kagan, Pam Gates 



Exchange and Responsibility Program 




JOLENA LONGO 

Jo 

A good heart is better than all 
the heads in the world. 

Bulwer-Lytton 



ROBERT ALLAN LOWE 
Bob 

To me, the Theatre is the 
House of Life. 

Rockefeller 



JOANN CAROL LUTZ 

My style and my sentiments are 
my own, purely original. 

Coogler 



JOHN CLARK LYONS 

Few things are impossible to 
diligence and skill. 

Johnson 



BARCLAY T. MACON, JR. 
Bare, Bear 

To have striven, to have made 
an effort, to have been true to 
certain ideals — this alone is 
worth the struggle. 

Osier 



LINDA CAROL 

MALMSTROM 

Lin 

Humility, like darkness, reveals 
heavenly lights. 

Thoreau 




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CYNTHIA LOUISE MANZI RICHARD A. MARCHESE 

Cyntilee Rick 

Health is the vital ■principle of Good humor is the health of 

bliss: and exercise, of health. the soul. 

Thompson Anonymous 



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ELLEN LAWRENCE 

MARTIN 

When I think 1 must speak. 

Shakespeare 



JAMES PHILIP MARTIN 

Pepper 

He has lived well, laughed 

often and loved much. 

Anderson 



CATHY MAXWELL 

Cath, Max 

Good humor makes all things 

tolerable. 

Beecher 



JOSEPH EDWARD MAYER 
Ted 

The unspoken word never does 
harm. 

Kossuth 



SARAH ANN ELLEN 

MAYOCK 

Rose 

Those who bring sunshine to 

the lives of others cannot keep 

it from themselves. 

Barrie 



VIVIAN McGEOGHAN 

A silent address is the genuine 

eloquence of sincerity. 

Goldsmith 







EDWARD J. MERRIAM 

Eddie 

We would all be idle if we 

could. 

Johnson 



ROY E. MEUNIER 


ROBERT FRANK 


LUCY PENLAND MILLER 


It is of little traits that charac- 


MIKLASKI 


Ever carefree, always gay. 


ter is composed. 


Bob 


Anonymous 


Winer 


It matters not how long we live, 
but how. 

Bailey 





and Rudy go Yankee in Longmeadow 




GARRY WILLIAM L. 
MILSOP 

Brains well prepared are the 
monuments where human 
knowledge is most surely 
engraved. 

Rousseau 



FRANCIS R. MIRKIN 

F 

A man hath no better thing un- 
der the sun than to eat and to 
drink and to be merry. 

Bible 



DEBORAH JEAN 

MITCHELL 

Debbie 

For the good are always the 
merry. 

Yeats 



DONALD CHARLES 

MITCHELL 

Don 

An honest man, sir, is able- to 
speak for himself. 

Shakespeare 



ELIZABETH ANN 
MOAKLER 
Beth 

The first element of success is 

the determination to succeed. 

Anonymous 



MOLLY ANN MOORMAN 
Unstained thoughts do seldom 
dream on evil. 

Shakespeare 





STEPHEN ROBERT MUNN 
If principle is good for any- 
thing it's worth living up to. 

Franklin 



EDWIGE NAGGAR 

Hedy 

My heart lifted my feet, and I 

danced. 

Nathan 




STEPHEN CRAIG NEIGHER 

Steve 

Nothing hinders me, nothing 

daunts me. 

Anonymous 



NED ARTHUR 
NEWHAUSER 

Whatsoever thy hand findeth to 
do, do it with thy might. 

Ecclesiastes 



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SUSAN LINDA NOURSE 


CLINTON P. PAIGE, JR. 




^^ Sue 


Duck 




^^ There's a time of speaking and 


And certainly he was a good 




a time of being still. 


fellow. 




Caxton 


Chaucer 




MARYLYN MARGARET 

NYE 

To be content with what we 

possess is the greatest of riches. 

Cicero 



PETER JOSEPH O'GRADY 
Pete 

My theory is to enjoy life. 

Lamb 



LANDA FRANCES 
PALCZYNSKI 

The great hope of society is in- 
dividual character. 

Channing 



JILL ELIZABETH PARKER 

True enjoyment comes from ac- 
tivity of the mind and exercise 
of the body; the two are ever 
united. 

Humboldt 








ROBERT STANTON VICTORIA EWING 

PARSONS PATTERSON 

Bob Vickie 

No one knows what he can do Virtue is the performance of 

until he tries. pleasant actions. 

Syrus Stephens 



CHRISTINE ANN 
PETERSON 
Chris 

Come up and see me sometime. 
West 



MARIE FRANCES POIRIER 

A silent, shy, peace-loving 
woman. 

Whittier 



fresh bread and new ideas. 




ROBERT CAMPBELL POOL 

Sandy 

Don't cry girls, I'll be back. 

Unknown 




CAROL POPHAM 

He that hath knowledge spar- 
eth his words. 

Proverbs 



SUSAN JANE PRINGLE 

Susi 

It seems to me it is only noble 

to be good. 

Tennyson 



Bob Goodhue 



CAROLYN LAURA 

PULVIRENTI 

Order is heaven's first law. 



Pope 





CAROL ANN RACHELE 
Quietness is best. 

Holland 



CYNTHIA ANN RICH 
Cyndie 

She is a girl of quiet ways. 

Unknown 



ROBERT PAUL 
RANAHAN, JR. 
Robbie 

// you can't be good, be careful. 
Tate 



LINDA ANN RODMAN 

Inwardness and mildness make 
for happiness. 

Arnold 



PAUL HARTMAN REITZ 

Maynard 

We may be good as we please 

if we please to be good. 

Barrow 



SUE RONALDSON 

Sue 

Youth is alive. 



Bradford 




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MARTHA MARY RUSSELL MARIANNA 
Marth SANTANIELLO 

Who -mixed reason with plea- Life and love are all a dream, 
sure and wisdom with mirth. Burns 

Goldsmith 




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ELLYNE SCHWARTZ 

Let's pretend it isn't and see 
what happens. 

Milne 



PHILIP C. SELLERS 
Phil 

The days that make us happy 
make us wise. 

Marx 



KENNETH STUART 
SIEGEL 

Weeze 

There is no wisdom like frank- 
ness. 

Disraeli 



SHERRILL ANNE 
SKOWYRA 

Shari 

The social smile, the sympa- 
thetic tear. 

Gray 



SUSAN ELIZABETH 
SLATER 

Sue 

All your luminous delight with 

so swift a sense for fun. 

Teasdale 



CAROL YVONNE SMALTZ 

There is greatness in everything 
small. 

Kook 




now the IBM is here to stay. 





BEVERLY SMITH JOHN SMITH 

Bev Smitty 

A character is an assemblage of Fate tried to conceal him by 

qualities. calling him Smith. 

Coningsby Holmes 




LINDA LEE SMITH CHARON MAY SMYTH 

In character, in manners, in Cher 

style, in all things, the supreme She is good that does good to 

excellence was simplicity. others. 

Longfellow LaBruyere 



69 



HI 




STEVEN ERIC SNYDER 
Stash 

Why should the devil have all 
the good times? 

Hill 



WALTER MICHAEL 

SOKOLOWSKI 

Polak 

Patience, and shuffle the cards. 
Cervantes 



ROLAND SOULIERE 

Roland 

Let them call it mischief: 

When it is past and prospered 

'twill be called a virtue. 

Johnson 



SHARON SPINK 

Hitch your wagon to a star. 

Emerson 



PATRICIA M. STELZER 
Pat 

It is a friendly heart that has 
plenty of friends. 

Thackeray 



JOSEPH CLARKE 

STOTHERT 

Joe 

The study of science teaches 
young men to think. 

Mill 




The final countdown—Senior Day, 




GARY P. TAMPONE 

Every man is a volume, if you 
know how to read him. 

Channing 



CAROL ANN TEBALDI 

It is not size that counts but 

personality. 

Unknown 




LINDA SUSAN 

THOMPSON 

Is not life a hundred times too 

short to bore ourselves? 

Nietzsche 



DAVID JOSEPH 

TOMASSETTI 

Dave 

Why should life all labour be? 
Tennyson 



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HELEN LOUISE 

TRIOULEYRE 

Tree 

An inexhaustible good nature 
is one of the most precious 
gifts of heaven, 

Irving 



BRUCE THOMAS 
UNDERWOOD 

It is a talent of human nature 
to run from one extreme to the 
other. 

Swift 



JAMES MARSH UPSON 

Bucky 

It's not the gag, it's how you 

deliver it. 

Berle 



DOUGLAS ROBERT 

VanBEENEN 

Doug 

The yankee in a flying ship. 

Yates 



LAURA ANNE 
VIGNEAULT 

Though demure she may be, 
there's a twinkle in her eye. 

Unknown 



RONALD PHILIP 

WAIKSNORIS 

Ronnie 

Along the street there comes 
the blare of bugles. 

Bennett 





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Senior Prom, Senior Banquet. 




ANNE LOWENSTEIN KATHLEEN MARY 

WALLACE WARREN 

Wall Kathy 

Always to excel, and be dis- A kind and gentle heart she 

tinguished above others. has. 

Homer Goldsmith 



Bob Lowe, Jill Parker, Ann Kent, Marie Poirier, Vicky 
Boucher, Sally Hutchings, Jeff Chandler. 



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DEBORAH WEISE 
Debbie 

A deal of deviltry beneath her 
mild exterior. 

Unknown 



LINDA CAROL WENSLEY 

Linny 

A daughter of the gods, and 

most divinely tall. 

Tennyson 



RICHARD WILKINSON 

WHITTEY II 

Rick 

Doing easily what others find 

difficult is talent. 

Ameil 



JULIE ELIZABETH 

WILLIAMS 

Vern 

The reason firm, the temperate 

will, endurance, foresight, 

strength, and skill. 

Wordsworth 



SUSAN ANDREA 


JULIE MARIE WINTERS 


WHIPPLE 


/ could talk like that forever. 


Sue 


Gilbert 


A good heart is worth gold. 




Unknown 






To be a senior is to sit at graduation 





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ROGER D. WINTHROP 

Dude 

Each man's opinion freely is his 

own. 

Massinger 



CONNIE F. YOUNG 

Charms strike the sight but 
merit wins the soul. 

Pope 



BARRY MELVIN 

WOLFERT 

Mo 

Live for today. 



Keble 



CHRISTINE S. VICTORIA 

ZACARIAN 

Chris 

Pack up your troubles in your 

old kit bag, and smile, smile, 

smile. 

Araf 



PETER BARRY WOLK 

It is the tranquil people who 
accomplish much. 

Unknown 



ARNOLD L. ZAMANSKY 
No road is too long for the 
man who advances deliber- 
ately and without haste. 

LaBruyere 




with the sun in your eyes. 






MICHAEL D. ABBOTT— 120 Nevins Avenue— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Leaders' Club 4; Service Squad 4; J.V. Foot- 
ball 3; Varsity Football 4; Track 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, Captain 
4; Responsibility Group 4. 

SALLIE LYNN ABRAHAMSEN— 34 Drury Lane— Business 
Club 3, 4; Cycloramists 2; Intramurals 1; Red Cross Home- 
room Representative 1; Lancer Bookstore 3, 4; /VL*.rrfc£.f*'c 
literary 4, business 3, 4, freshman sales chairman 3, co-chair- 
man patrons 4; Office Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 1; Talent 
Show 4; A.F.S. Club 3; Responsibility Group 4. 
PETER MCLEOD ADRIANCE— 184 Greenacre Avenue— 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4, senior director 4; Responsibil- 
ity Group 4; Service Squad 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4. 
INGER MARIA ANDREE— Cibraltargatan 38, Goteborgs, 
Sweden — Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1965. 

ROSS BARRY APPLEMAN— 64 Clairmont Street— Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Atorfc/bzc literary 3, 4; Re- 
sponsibility Group 4; Talent Show 4; Freshman Baseball; J.V. 
Baseball 2; Freshman Football; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Service Squad 4. 

CAROL ANN ATWOOD— 36 Belleclaire Avenue— A.F.S. 
Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, secretary 3; Domestic Exchange 3; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' 
Club , 4; Masacksic business 1; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Lz'#/e M^ry 
Sunshine 3; Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 



Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 
SCOTT BAIRD— 31 Villa Street— Freshman Baseball; J. V. 
Baseball 2; Freshman Soccer; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, tri- 
captain; Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom King Can- 
didate. 

GRETCHEN TORRENCE BALTHASER— 19 Allen Road- 
Conservative Club 3; Future Nurses 1; Glee Club 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2; Leaders' Club 4; Responsi- 
bility Group 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3; Talent 
Show 4; Dance Club 1; Softball 2; Gym Team 2, 3. 
JANET LOIS BARDACH— 35 Plymouth Road— Glee Club 
1; Junior Red Cross 4; Office Aides 4; Riding Club 1; Sports 
Night 4. 

FREDRICK SAMUEL BAXTER— 34 Colony Acres Road- 
Boys' Chorus 1; Chess Club 1; Glee Club 1; World Affairs 
Club 4; Golf 1, 2; Tutoring 4. 

JAMES ARTHUR BAXTER— 361 Wolf Swamp Road- 
Audio Visual Aids 1; Intramurals 3; South Pacific. 
KATHARINE BURRELL BEILBY— 986 Longmeadow Street 
— Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 4; Masacksic business 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; 
Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Kitchen Cabinet 4. 



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BARBARA ANN BENTSON— 26 Duxbury Lane— Class 
Council 3; Domestic Exchange 3; Drill Team 4; Glee Club 1, 

2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Jet Jotter literary 2, 3, 4; features editor 
4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Library Aids 2, 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 4; Sports' Night 

3, 4; Basketball 3; Red Cross 2. 

JUDITH LYNN BENZELL— 35 Crescent Road— Business 
Club 4; Cycloramists 1; Future Nurses 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Lancer Bookstore 3; 5o«^ Pacific; Sports 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Dance 
Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2; Lej Cuisinieres 2, 3, 4. 
RICHARD JAY BESSEL— 81 Laurel Lane— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1963; A.F.S. Club 3; Debate Club 4; Intramurals 1, 3; 
Library Aids 4; Math Club 3, 4, president 4; National Merit 
Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Outlet literary 3; World Affairs 
Club 3, 4. 

GLENN DAN BETSHER— 125 South Park Avenue— Busi- 
ness Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Leaders' Club 4; Responsibility 
Group 4; Service Squad 4; Track Team 2, 3; Wrestling Team 
2, 3, 4; Weight Club 1; Supply Room 3, 4. 
DOUGLAS W. BISHOP— 66 Maplewood Street— Junior 
Achievement 2, 3; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Bowling Team 2; Photo Club 2. 

AMY GWEN BLACK— 169 Cooley Drive— Future Nurses 3, 
4; Junior Red Cross 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Sports' Night 4; 
Talent Show 4. 

JOHN BOLTRUCYK— 159 Hazardville Road— Chess Club 
1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 
4; Track 1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 

LINDA ANNE BOSTWICK— 742 Shaker Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Future Teachers 4, secretary 4; Ski Club 
3; Girls' Tennis 2; Tutor 4. 

VICTORIA DENISE BOUCHER— 114 Birnie Road— A.F.S. 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; /e/ 
/o«er features editor 3, co-editor-in-chief 4; Lyrics 1, 2, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship 
Semi-finalist 4; South Pacific; Happy Journey to Camden and 
Trenton; Little Mary Sunshine; Responsibility Group 3, 4, 
Steering Committee 3, chairman 4; Governor's Aide 3; Can- 
tori 3- 

RUTH ELIZABETH BOURQUE— 23 Duxbury Lane— En- 
tered L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Band 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Latin 
Club 2; Orchestra 3; Little Mary Sunshine. 
NANCY MERRITT BRIGHAM— 977 Longmeadow Street— 
A.F.S. Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 2. 
BARBARA ANN BROWN— 56 Hazelwood Avenue— Sports' 
Night 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Twirlers 1; Dance Club 3; 
Pops Concert 3. 

JAMES M. BURNS— 59 South Avenue— Business Club 3, 4, 
president 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lancer Bookstore 3, 4; 
Responsibility Group 4. 

ROBERT CARROLL BUSBY— 120 Ely Road— Band 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Math 
Club 4, vice-president 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Re- 
sponsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4; Freshman Soccer; 
J. V. Soccer 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' State 
Alternate 3; Chemical Progress Week 3; Western Mass. 
Mathematics League 4. 

DEBORAH LEONARD CARL— 54 Ellington Street- 
Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Intramurals 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; 
Basketball 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Softball 4; Class Council 3; 
Responsibility Group 4. 

JOHN H. CARPENTER— 285 Burbank Road— Intramurals 
1, 2; Ski Club 2; J. V. Soccer; Wrestling 4. 



GEOFFREY BARTLETT CHANDLER— 170 Field Road- 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Key Club 4, president 4; M^^zc 3, 4 
literary editor 4; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4 
Ski Club 1, 2; World Affairs Club 4; Freshman Football 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2. 

SAMUEL DALE CHAPIN, JR.— 10 Brookside Drive— Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Freshman Basketball; J. V. 
Basketball; Freshman Football; J. V. Football; J. V. Soccer; 
Track 1. 

LINDA MARGARET CHILDS— 101 Dover Road— A.F.S. 
Club 1; Freshman Cheerleaders; Drill Team 3, 4; Glee Club 
1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Les Cuisinieres 2, 3; 
Masacksic business 3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 

1, 2, 3; Fashion Show 1; Gym Club 3. 

SUZANNE HANSON CHILDS— 169 Wenonah Road- 
Freshman Cheerleaders; Jet Cheerleaders 3; Drill Team 4; 
Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 2; Lej Cuisinieres 
2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 

2, 4; Masacksic business 4; Gym Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HOLLY ANN CLARK— 35 Viscount Road— A.F.S. Club 2, 3, 
secretary 3; Class Council 3; Class Treasurer 1; Secretary 4; 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, president 3; Glee Club 1; 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate; Masack- 
sic literary 3; co-editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Sports' Night 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Usher for Class of 1965; Dance Club 2, 3, 4, chore- 
ographer 3, 4; Field Hockey Team 3; Girls' State Alternate 3; 
Fashion Show 1; Teen Council 4; Responsibility Group 4. 
STUART HARVEY COHEN— 43 Severn Street— Conserva- 
tive Club 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jesters 4; 
/e; Jotter literary 3, 4; Key Club 4, treasurer 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Little Mary Sunshine; Responsibility 
Group 4; Service Squad 4; Talent Show 3, 4, first place 4; 
Freshman Baseball; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; 
Golf 3; Wrestling 3; Brown Book Award 3. 
JEFFREY COCHRAN— 109 Concord Road— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1964; A.F.S. Club 3; Responsibility Group 3; Ski Team 
3,4. 

LAWRENCE SACHSE COOLEY— 79 Lynnwood Drive— 
A.F.S. Club 3; Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3; Cantori 3; Debate Club 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Lyrics 1, 2, 3; Masacksic 
literary 3, 4, business 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, conven- 
tion chairman 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 4; So/^/j 
Pacific; Little Mary Sunshine; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Service Squad 4; Spanish Club 3; World Affairs' Club 4, treas- 
urer 4; Freshman Football; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Music Award 3. 

JOAN FROST CORBETT— 76 Longhill Street— A.F.S. Club 
1, 2; Future Nurses 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1; Office 
Aids 1, 2; Twirlers 1. 

GEORGE BARTLETT CORCORAN— 129 Dover Road- 
Conservative Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer Manager 
4. 

CHRISTINE HYNES COUGHLAN— 128 Eton Road— A.F.S. 
Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Future Nurses 2; Future 
Teachers 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Les Cuisinieres 2, 3; AL*- 
sacksic secretary 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sports' Night 
1, 4; Talent Show 4; Junior Prom Committee; Swim Team 2; 
Responsibility Group 4. 

CARLTON WILLIAM CRAFT, JR.— 197 Greenacre Avenue 
— Class Council 2, 4; Red Cross 1, 2; Ski Club 2; Freshman 
Baseball; J. V. Football; Varsity Football; J. V. Hockey 1; 
Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4. 



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BRUCE W. CURRAN— 158 Maple Road— Freshman Base- 
ball; J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Football 4; J.V. Hockey 1, 2; 
Varsity Hockey 3, 4. 

MARLENE ANN CUTLER— 8 Regent Circle— Cycloramists 

1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 
2; Jet Jotter business 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Library Aids 4; 
Masacksic business 2, 3, 4, co-chairman senior sales 4; Office 
Aids 1, 2, 3; Riding Club 1; Ski Club 1, 4; Spanish Club 3; 
Sports' Night 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 1; Tutor 4; Art 
Exhibit 1. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH DANGELO— 193 Wolf Swamp Road— 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football; Freshman Baseball; 
Varsity Baseball 3. 

JOANNE BETTE DAVENPORT— 53 Crest Avenue— Fresh- 
man Cheerleader; Intramurals 1, 2; Junior Prom Queen Candi- 
date; Junior Red Cross 2; Les Cuisinieres 2; Masacksic busi- 
ness 2, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
4; Usher for Class of 1965; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 

2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Squad 2; Fashion Show 
1; Gym Club 1. 



NEIL EMMET DAVIDSON— 96 Colton Place- 
1; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4. 



-Intramurals 




BRUCE GIBBONS DEELY— 119 Burbank Road— Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 4; Track 2. 

JEFFREY MICHAEL DIAMOND— 108 Eton Road— A.F.S. 
Exchange Student; A.F.S. Club; Class Vice-President 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom King Candidate; Masacksic 
literary 3, 4, sports' editor 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Service Squad 4, co-captain 4; Anti-Smokers' Council 3, 4; 
Usher for Class of 1965; Freshman Basketball; Freshman 
Football; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; All Suburban League Football 3, 4; All Western 
Mass. Football, 4. 

JOYCE BERNICE DIVER— 82 Merriweather Drive— Riding 
Club 2; Responsibility Group 4. 

MARGUERITE STOKES DONOVAN— 47 Normandy Road 
— Freshman Cheerleader; Intramurals 1; Masacksic business 
3; Dance Club 1, 3, 4; Tennis 2. 

KAREN SUSAN DORE— 258 Wolf Swamp Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Intramurals 2, 3; Library Aids 2; Masacksic 
business 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Twirlers 2; Dance Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 2. 

RUEDIGER HANS-JOACHIM DOSSMAN— Berlin-Schone- 
berg, Martin Luther Street 109 — Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1965; 
A.F.S. Exchange Student; National Honor Society, honorary 
member 4; Student Council, honorary member 4; Wrestling 4; 
Track 4. 

DIANE MARIE DZWILEWSKI— 338 Maple Road— A.F.S. 
Club 2; Les Cuisinieres 3, 4; Masacksic business 4; Fashion 
Show 1, 3; Responsibility Group 4. 

NANCY JEAN EASTON— 99 Arlington Road— Sports' 
Night 1; Field Hockey 1; Home Ec. Club 1. 

JANNA M. EDELBERG— 54 Circle Road— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1964; Masacksic business 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Tutor 4; Band 3, 4. 



BEST LOOKING: Joanne Davenport and Bart Frisbie 

ARDETH SUSAN EISNER— 77 Ridge Road— French Club 2, 
3; Future Nurses 4; Masacksic typing 3, 4, typing editor 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Tutor 4. 

HENRY CHARLES ELLIS— 80 Kenmore Drive— Conserva- 
tive Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Latin Club 3; 
Responsibility Group 3, 4; World Affairs' Club 3, 4, president 
4; Wrestling 3; Swim Team 4. 

KAREN SHIRLEY ELMER— 130 Greenacre Avenue— Do- 
mestic Exchange 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4, captain 4; Future 
Teachers 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jet 
Jotter literary 3; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Lyrics 4; Sports' Night 
1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Western 
Mass. District Chorus 4; Responsibility Group 4. 



SUSAN ELIZABETH EDWARDS— 126 Colton Place— Cy- 
cloramists 4; Orchestra 1. 




BEST DRESSED. 



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BARBARA LYNN FARRELL— 170 Hopkins Place— Les 
Cuisinieres 1; Office Aid 1, 2, 3; Sports' Night 1; Talent Show 
4; Basketball 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2. 

DONNA LYNNE FAUBERT— 167 Hazardville Road- 
Home Ec. Club 1; Future Teachers 4; Glee Club 1. 

RONALYNN MAE FIELDMAN— 18 Lexington Road- 
Business Club 3, 4; Lancer Bookstore 3, 4; Masacksic business 
4; Fashion Show 1. 

SUSAN DARBY FILKINS— 542 Laurel Street— Class Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, 
co-captain 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Queen Can- 
didate; Masacksic business 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Sports' Night 
1, 2, 3; Talent Show 4; Usher for Class of 1965; Dance Club 

1, 2, 3; Gym Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3; Tutor 4; 
L&r Cuisinieres 2. 

JOAN ALBERTA FINN— 664 Shaker Road— Dramatic Club 
4; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 
Masacksic literary 3, 4, sports' editor 4; Ski Club 3; Sports' 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4, White Team Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Swim Team 3; Gym 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA WEBSTER EATON FISHER— 162 Field Road 
— Jet Team Cheerleader 1; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1; Masacksic art 3, 4, 
art co-editor 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 3; Dance 
Club 1; Gym Team 3; Fashion Show 1; Art Exhibit, first place 
1; Pep Club 2; World's Fair Art Exhibit 3. 

DONALD WILLIAM FLEMING— 59 Wimbleton Drive- 
Entered L.H.S. May 1963; Leaders' Club 4; Responsibility 
Group 4; Service Squad 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3. 

RICHARD WETHERBEE FLINT— 108 Colony Road- 
Audio Visual Aids 2; Boys' Chorus 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Jet 
] otter photography 1, 2, 3, 4, editor 4; Lyrics 3, 4; Photography 
Club 1, 2; South Pacific 1; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Ski Club 

2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 2; Freshman Soccer; Swim Team 4. 





.inda Thompson and Wes.Krevalin 



CLASS SOPHISTICATES: Holly Clark and Bob Lowe 

JOHN DAVID FORBESS— 96 White Oaks Drive— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Audio Visual Aids 2; Key Club 4; Latin 
Club 3; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Lyrics 4; J. V. Basketball 2; J. V. 
Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Wrestling 3; Williams Book 
Award 3; Boys' State 3; Service Squad 4; Happy Journey 2; 
Zi«/<? Af^ry Sunshine 3; Responsibility Group 4. 

NORMAN WILLIAM FRANCIS— 68 Lawnwood Avenue. 

BARBARA ANN FRANKLIN— 189 Magnolia Circle— A.F.S. 
Club 1, 2; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Intramurals 
1, 3; Red Cross 1, 2, 3; South Pacific 1; Box and Cox 2; Little 
Mary Sunshine 3; Science Club 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Sports 
Night 1, 3; Field Hockey 1; Swim Team 1. 

LINDA LOUISE FREDETTE— 119 Brookwood Drive— En- 
tered L.H.S. Sept. 1965. 

BARTLETT HOLT FRISBIE— 87 Lawnwood Avenue— Class 
President 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Junior Prom King 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Masacksic literary 3, 4, co-editor 4. 
Responsibility Group 3, 4; Service Squad 4; Anti-Smokers 
Council 3, 4, co-chairman 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, vice- 
president 3; Marshal for Class of 1965; Freshman Baseball; 
J. V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Freshman Football; 
J. V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, tri-captain 4; J. V. 
Hockey 1,2; Varsity Hockey 3, 4, captain 4; Dartmouth Book 
Award 3; Boys' State 3. 

KATHRYN ANN GALBRAITH— 17 Emerson Road— Fu- 
ture Nurses 1, 2; Future Teachers 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Lyrics 
2, 3; Masacksic literary 3; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Masacksic 
business 4; Talent Show 4. 



PAMELA HILL GATES— 248 Blueberry Hill Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1964; A.F.S. Club 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, 
president 4; Leaders' Club 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Sports' Night 3; Talent Show 4; Basketball 7 > , 4; Field Hockey 
3, 4; Softball 3, 4. 




MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED and MOST VERSATILE: 
Bart Frisbie and Jill Parker 



JOANNE BARBARA GLOTH— 23 Laurel Lane— A.F.S. Club 
1; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Future Teachers 1; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, vice-presi- 
dent 4; Masacksic literary 3, 4; Outlet literary 4; South Pacific 
make-up 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 4; Talent Show 4; 
Art Exhibit 1; Science Fair 2; Tutor 4; Library Aids 4. 



MARLENE ELLEN GURLAND— 91 Woodside Drive— Fu- 
ture Nurses 2, 4, treasurer 4; Library Aids 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Riding Club 1, 2, 3; 
Red Cross Club 3, 4. 

JOHN FLEMING GUSHUE— 27 Wendover Road— Dramatic 
Club 4; Intramurals 1, 3; Key Club 3, 4; Masacksic business 3, 
4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Service Squad 4; World Affairs 
Club 4; Freshman Soccer; J. V. Soccer 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBIN DEE HART— 39 Edgewood Avenue— French Club 
3; Glee Club 1, 2; Masacksic business 4, treasurer 4; Sports' 
Night 1,3. 

CHARLES EDWARD HAYES— 107 Main Street, Somers, 
Conn.— Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Word Affairs Club 3, 4; 
Responsibility Group 3, 4. 

JANIS RAE HERNBERG— 73 Lincoln Park— A.F.S. Club 3; 
Debate Club 3; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intra- 
murals 1; Junior Red Cross 1; Latin Club 3; Office Aids 3; 
Riding Club 1, 2, 3; Sports' Night 1; Fashion Show 1; Swim 
Team 1. 

JOAN FRANCES HERNBERG— 73 Lincoln Park— A.F.S. 
Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 3; Glee' Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Sports' 
Night 1, 2; Basketball 1; Swim Team 1; Music Award 4. 



RONALD ALAN GOMEZ— 120 White Oaks Drive- 
tered L.H.S. Sept. 1965. 



-En- 



CLASS ARTISTS: Rick Whittey and Barbara Fisher 



ROBERT MARTIN GOODHUE— 115 Converse Street— In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Responsi- 
bility Group 3, 4; Student Council 4, president 4; Usher for 
Class of 1965; Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2; Varsity 
Baseball 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Freshman Soccer; J. V. Soccer 2, 3; Varsity 
Soccer 4. 

ALAN CHARLES GORROD— 103 Laurel Street— Class 
Council 1, 2; Domestic Exchange 3; Junior Prom King Candi- 
date; Key Club 4, vice-president 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Afd- 
sacksic business 3; Responsibility Group 4, steering committee; 
Service Squad 4; Spanish Club 3; Usher for Class of 1965; 
Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; 
Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; 
Freshman Football; J. V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, 
tri-captain 4. 

PETER DREW GRAHAM— 27 Porter Lake Drive— Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Freshman Baseball; 
J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Football; J. V. Football 2; Wres- 
tling 1, 2; Photography Club 1; Key Club 4; Responsibility 
Group 4. 

TERRY EMILA GUENTHER— 149 Burbank Road— Future 

Teachers 3, 4; Jet jotter business 3; Tutor 4; Responsibility 
Group 4. 



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CLASS MUSICIANS: Ron Waiks- 
noris and Marylyn Nye 




DEBORAH BETH HIRSHFIELD— 37 Lynnwood Drive- 
French Club 2; Future Teachers 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Language 
Lab Aids 2, 3, 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4. 

FREDERIC RUSSELL HOEKSTRA— 67 Forest Glen Road- 
Business Club 2; Key Club 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Responsibil- 
ity Group 4; Service Squad 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4, captain 3, 
coach 4; first place Western Mass. Wrestling Tournament 3; 
Supply Room 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RAYMOND BRADFORD HOLMES— 132 Maple Road- 
Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Wres- 
tling 3, 4; second place Western Mass. Wrestling Tournament. 

PAUL R. HOMSTEAD— 33 Farmington Avenue— A.F.S. 
Club 2; Freshman Basketball; Freshman Football; J. V. Foot- 
ball 2; Varsity Football 3. 

LINDA ANN HOPKINS— 859 Longmeadow Street— Busi- 
ness Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3; Library Aids 2, 3; Masacksic 
business 3; Ski Club 3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3; Talent Show 3. 

JOHN ATWATER HULIT— 22 Birch Road— Intramurals 1, 
2, 3; Spanish Club 1; Track 1. 

SALLY S. HUTCHINGS— 61 Chatham Road— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1964; Class Council 3; Drill Team 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Latin Club 4; Masacksic literary 4; Sports' Night 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Tutor 4; Spanish Club 4. 

JOHN WILLIAM HYLAND— 109 Brookwood Drive— En- 
tered L.H.S. Sept. 1963; A.F.S. Club 2; Conservative Club 3, 
4; Debate Club 3; Glee Club 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4, vice- 
president of manufacturing 4; Library Aids 3; Lyrics 2, 3; 
Masacksic business 3, co-chairman 4; Outlet literary 3, business 
4, publicity editor 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; World Affairs 
Club 2, 3, 4; Model Congress Delegate 3. 

MICHAEL ALLEN JALONEN— 153 Barrington Road. 

DIANA LESLI JANIK— 75 Riverview Avenue. 

RICHARD ALLEN JOHNSON— 162 Bliss Road— Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2; Varsity 
Baseball 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman Soccer. 

ROBERT ANDREW JOHNSON— 71 Tedford Drive— Audio 
Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Cycloramists 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2; Masacksic business 3; 5o///£ Pacific 1; Ski Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Swim Team 4. 



ROBERT S. JOHNSON— 162 Bliss Road— Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman Soccer. 

PAUL WINTHROP JONES— 195 Merriweather Drive- 
Class Council 2, 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4, 
co-captain 4; Usher for Class of 1965; Freshman Baseball; J. V. 
Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; J. V. 
Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. Soccer 2; Varsity 
Soccer 3, 4, tri-captain 4. 



ELLEN KIMBERLY JUDD— 661 Williams Street— Future 
Teachers 3, 4, vice-president 4; Intramurals 1, 2, '3; Red Cross 

1, 4; Lej- Cuisinieres 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Responsibility 
Group 4. 

RICHARD JEFFREY KAGAN— 98 Ely Road— National 
Honor Society 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; Freshman Soccer; 
J. V. Soccer 3; Track 1; Varsity Basketball manager 2; Varsity 
Soccer manager 2. 

SVALA KARLSDOTTIR— Hrefnugotu 7, Reykjavik, Iceland 
—Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1965; A.F.S. Exchange Student 4; 
Future Nurses 4; National Honor Society, honorary member 
4; Riding Club 4; Student Council, honorary member 4. 

JAMES G KATTER— 94 Wimbleton Drive— Entered L.H.S. 
Feb. 1965; Intramurals 3; Science Club 3; Varsity Football 4; 
Varsity Wrestling 4. 

ELLEN CAROL KATZ— 128 Magnolia Circle— French Club 
4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1, 2, 
3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Girls' Chorus 1, 4; Tutor 
4. 

LOIS JEAN KELLY— 364 Wolf Swamp Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Dramatic Club 4; Lyrics 3, 4, secretary 4; 
District Chorus 4; Little Mary Sunshine 3; Chorus II 3; Music 
Award 3; Masacksic art 4. 

ANN LAURA KENT— 7 Englewood Road— A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 
3; Class Council 1, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 
1; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; /e/ /o//£T 2, 3, co- 
editor-in-chief 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, tutoring chair- 
man 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter I; Sports' Night 1. 

2, 4; Talent Show 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4, secretary 4; 
Basketball 1; Girls' Chorus 3; Leaders' Club 4; Library Aid 3; 
Domestic Exchange 4. 

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ALAN LELAND KIBBE— 197 Farmington Road— A.F.S. 
Club 2, 3; Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3; Cantori 4; Dramatic 
Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Jet Jotter literary 2, 3, 4; Language 
Lab Aid 4; Library Aid 3, 4; Lyrics 2, 3, 4; National Merit 
Scholarship Letter 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; South 
Pacific 1; 3 Plays 2; Zi///e Af^rj/ Sunshine 3; Science Club 1; 
Ski Club 4; Talent Show 1, 2, 3; Freshman Football manager 
1; Track manager 2; Music Letter of Commendation. 

JOHN PAUL KOCHANOWSKI— 139 Warren Terrace— 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 

WES S. KREVALIN— 137 Wolf Swamp Road. 

GEORGE KEITH LAGASSA— 85 York Drive— Debate Club 
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Talent Show 
3, 4; J. V. Soccer 2; Varsity Ski 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 3. 

BETH KATHRYN LAUTERWASSER— 57 Dennis Road- 
Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1965; Future Teachers 4; Lyrics 4; Re- 
sponsibility Group 4. 

THOMAS JOHN LEAB— 187 Westmoreland Avenue— Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4. 

NANCY STOWE LEAVITT— 169 Crescent Road— A.F.S. 
Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, vice-president 
3; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 4; Masacksic 
literary 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Sports' Night 
2, 3, 4; Dance Club 3. 4. 

ROBERT BRUCE LEFF— 37 Ridge Road— Cantori 3; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Lyrics 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN LEIPOLD, JR.— 51 Colony Acres Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1965. 



JO ANN CAROL LUTZ— 28 Oak Road— Future Teachers 2; 
Jet Jotter literary 2, 3, advertising 4; Responsibility Group 3, 
4; Fashion Show 1, 3. 

JOHN CLARK LYONS— 135 Westmoreland Avenue— Math 
Club 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Responsibility Group 4. 

BARCLAY T. MACON, JR.— 17 Farmington Avenue— A.F.S. 
Club 3; Leaders' Club 4; Responsibility Group 4; Service 
Squad 4; Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 
3, 4; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Freshman Football; J. V. Soccer 2; Varsity Soccer 
3, 4; Class Council 4; Anti-Smoking Council 4. 

LINDA CAROL MALMSTROM— 18 Bellevue Avenue— Fu- 
ture Nurses 1; Glee Club 1; Lancer Bookstore 4; Library Aids 
2; Math Club 4. 

CYNTHIA LOUISE MANZI— 22 East Primrose Drive- 
Freshman Cheerleader 1; Sports' Night Cheerleader 2, 3; 
Varsity Cheerleader 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 
3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Swim Team 2, 3; Gym Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Responsibility Group 4. 

RICHARD A. MARCHESE— 127 Sheffield Avenue. 

ELLEN LAWRENCE MARTIN— 61 Longfellow Drive— 
Cycloramists 2; Glee Club 1; Sports' Night 1, 3; Talent Show 
4; Masackic business 4; South Pacific 1; Red Cross Club 1, 2. 

JAMES PHILIP MARTIN— 39 Porter Lake Drive— Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jet Jotter business 3; Red Cross 1, 2; Lead- 
ers' Club 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; Freshman Football; J. V. 
Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; 
Talent Show 4; Responsibility Group 4. 



SANDRA ELLEN LEVY— 64 Colony Road— Junior Achieve- 
ment 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 4; Office Aids 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; 
Sports' Night 1; Tutor 4; Masacksic business 3. 

MICHAEL A. LIEBER— 2 Branch Street— Boys' Chorus 3; 
Lyrics 3, 4; Service Squad 4; Talent Show 2. 

ROBERT FLYNT LINCOLN— 129 Overbrook Road— Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3; Masacksic business 3; Re- 
sponsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Fresh- 
man Soccer; J. V. Soccer; Tennis 1, 2; Track 3; Ski Team 2, 
3,4. 

DANA BANCROFT LITTLEFIELD— 164 Burbank Road- 
Future Nurses 4, president 4; Red Cross 2; Ski Club 2; Sports' 
Night 4; Swim Team 2; Tutor 4. 

GEORGE LOCARIO— 29 Bellevue Avenue— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1965; Varsity Football manager 4; Varsity Basketball 
manager 4. 

JOLENA LONGO— 95 Yarmouth Street— Business Club 4. 

ROBERT ALLAN LOWE— 222 Colony Road— Dramatic 
Club 4; Jet Jotter literary 3; Key Club 3, 4; Library Aid 3, 4; 
Lyrics 4; Masacksic literary 4; National Honor Society 4, presi- 
dent 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 4; So^ Pacific 1; 
Box tf?z^ Cox 2; Little Mary Sunshine 3; Responsibility Group 
4; Service Squad 4; Track manager 3; A.F.S. Club 3; Boys' 
Chorus 3; Science Fair 2. 



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CATHY MAXWELL— 129 Burbank Road— Sports' Night 
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3; Class Council 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Masacksic business 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dance Club 1, 2, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Gym Team 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Responsibility Group 4. 



JOSEPH EDWARD MAYER— 18 Durham Road- 
als 1; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1, 2. 



-Intramur- 




SARAH ANN ELLEN MAYOCK— 273 Converse Street- 
Dramatic Club 1, 4; Red Cross 4; Masacksic business 1. 

VIVIEN LEE McGEOGHAN— 79 Birchwood Avenue— Cy- 
cloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Tutor 4. 

EDWARD JOSEPH MERRIAM— 640 Dwight Road— Fresh- 
man -Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman Soccer; J. V. 
Soccer 2; Golf 1, 2. 

ROY EDWARD MEUNIER— 82 Longfellow Drive— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1965; Intramurals 4. 

ROBERT FRANK MIKLASKI— 365 Maple Road— Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Jesters 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LUCY PENLAND MILLER— 259 Blueberry Hill Road— En- 
tered L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Intramurals 3, 4; Jet Jotter business 
4; Sports' Night 3, 4; Basbetball 3; Field Hockey 3, 4; Softball 
3; Swim Team 3,4. 

GARRY WILLIAM MILSOP— 285 Maple Road— French 
Club 3, 4; Language Lab Aid 4; Library Aid 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 

FRANCIS RICHARD MIRKIN— 586 Laurel Street— Intra- 
murals 3, 4; Freshman Backetball; J. V. Basketball 2; Golf 
1, 3; Class Council 2, 3, 4. 

DEBORAH JEAN MITCHELL— 291 Deepwoods Drive- 
Future Teachers Club 4; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; 
Jet Jotter business 3; Red Cross 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Responsi- 
bility Group 4. 

DONALD CHARLES MITCHELL— 291 Deepwoods Drive- 
Class Council 2; Jet Jotter literary 2, 3, 4, sports editor 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Responsibility Group 4; Service 
Squad 4; Spanish Club 2, vice-president 2; Track 1, 2. 

ELIZABETH ANN MOAKLER— 78 Emerson Road— A.F.S. 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 3; Masacksic 2, 3, 4, 
business 2, ads 3, business manager 4; Responsibility Group 4; 
Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; World 
Affairs Club 4; Cafeteria Aid 2, 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Concert 
Chorus 4; Tutor 4; Red Cross 1. 





CLASS ATHLETES: Joan Finn 
and Bart Frisbie 



CLASS INDIVIDUALISTS: Stuart Cohen and Landa 
Palczynski 

MOLLY ANN MOORMAN— 107 Viscount Road— A.F.S. 
Club 2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; French Club 3, secretary; Glee Club 
1; Les Cuisinieres 3, 4, president 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Sports' Night 

2, 3; Dance Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Responsibility 
Group 4. 

STEPHEN ROBERT MUNN— 55 Hopkins Place— Band 1, 2, 

3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; Debate Club 3, 4, secretary 3, 
president 4; Jesters 2, 3, 4; /e/ /oWer literary 4; Key Club 4, 
secretary; Latin Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4, vice- 
president; Service Squad 4; Talent Show 3, 4, second place 3, 
first place 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Boys' State 3. 

EDWIGE HEDY NAGGAR— 152 Bliss Road— Dramatics 
Club 4; French Club 2; Future Teachers 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Lej- Cuisinieres 1; Library Aids 1, 2; Math Club 4; Riding 
Club 1, 2; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3; Talent Show 2; Dance Club 
2,3. 

STEPHEN CRAIG NEIGHER— 81 Eunice Drive— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Debate Club 3; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Little 
Mary Sunshine 3; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4; 
Golf 3; J. V. Soccer 3. 

NED ARTHUR NEWHAUSER— 79 Allen Road— Business 
Club 4. 

SUSAN LINDA NOURSE— 70 Leetewood Drive— Business 
Club 3, 4; Riding Club 2; Talent Show 2; Tutor 4. 

MARYLYN MARGARET NYE— 78 Pleasantview Avenue- 
Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, co-captain 3, captain 4; Freshman Cheer- 
leaders; Class Council 2; Leaders' Club 4; Masacksic literary 
4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Mistress 3; South Pacific 1; 
L/'«/e Mary Sunshine 3; Anti-Smokers' Council 3, 4; Sports' 
Night 4; Talent Show 3; Usher for Class of 1965; Dance Club 
4; Responsibility Group 3, 4. 

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PETER JOSEPH O'GRADY— 24 Herbert Street— Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2. 

CLINTON P. PAIGE, JR.^2 Oakwood Drive— Ski Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Freshman Soccer; J. V. Soccer 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 

LANDA FRANCES PALCZYNSKI— 33 Mill Road— Dra- 
matics Club 4; French Club 3, 4; Future Nurses 1; Future 
Teachers 4; Glee Club 1; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 

2, 3; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 2, 3, 4. 

JILL ELIZABETH PARKER— 306 Ellington Road— A.F.S. 
Club 3; Class Council 1; Class Treasurer 4; Domestic Exchange 
3; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Jet Team Captain 4; 
/e/ /o/ter 2, 3, 4, co-sports editor 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 
3; Tennis 2, 3; Rifle Team 3; Girls State 3; Outstanding Girls' 
Athlete Award 3. 

ROBERT STANTON PARSONS— 53 Nevins Avenue— Serv- 
ice Squad 4; Freshman Football; J. V. Football 2, 3; Varsity 
Football 4. 

VICTORIA EWING PATTERSON— 76 Blokland Drive— 
A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Drill Team 4; Intramurals 1; Les Cuisinieres 
4; Masacksic business 3, 4, chairman 4; Sports' Night 1, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Responsibility Group 4. 

CHRISTINE ANN PETERSON— 45 Harwich Road— A.F.S. 
Club 3; Masacksic business 3, 4; Outlet literary 4; Dance Club 
2,3- 

MARIE FRANCES POIRIER— 398 Wolf Swamp Road- 
Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1964; Red Cross 3; Tutor 4. 

ROBERT CAMPBELL POOL— 104 Colton Place— Class 
Council 1; Class Vice-President 1; Conservative Club 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom King Candidate; Latin Club 3, 4 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Masacksic business 4; Riders to the Sea 2 
Responsibility Group 4; Student Council 2; Talent Show 4 
Usher for Class of 1965; Freshman Baseball; J. V. Baseball 2 
Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 
2; Varsity Basketball 3; Freshman Football; Varsity Soccer 2, 

3, 4, tri-captain 4; Service Squad 4. 

CAROL POPHAM— 151 Field Road— Intramurals 1, 2; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Semi- 
Finalist 4; Riding Club 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 1, 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Sports' Night 1; Fashion 
Show 1; Pep Club 3; Responsibility Group 4. 



SUSAN JANE PRINGLE— 397 Williams Street— Cycloram- 
ists 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Masacksic business 1, 2, art 4; 
Responsibility Group 3, 4; Riding Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Art Exhibit, third place 1; Fashion Show 1; Pep Club 3. 

CAROLYN LAURA PULVIRENTI— 537 Williams Street— 
A.F.S. Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4, 
treasurer 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Mrfwc^w'c business 3, 4; 
Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Tutor 4; Fashion Show 3; Responsi- 
bility Group 4. 

CAROL ANN RACHELE— 357 Maple Road— Business Club 
3, 4, secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Lancer Bookstore 3, 4; AL?- 
sacksic 3, 4; Office Aids 2, 3. 

ROBERT PAUL RAN AH AN— 25 Oakwood Drive— Class 
Council 4; Intramurals 4; J. V. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 
4; Freshman Soccer; J. V. Soccer 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PAUL HARTMAN REITZ— 11 Longfellow Drive— Boys' 
Chorus 3, 4; Business Club 4; Cycloramists 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 
2; Intramurals 1, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Wres- 
tling 1, 2. 

CYNTHIA ANN RICH— 25 Berwick Road— A.F.S. Club 1; 
Twirlers 1. 

LINDA ANN RODMAN— 55 Riverview Avenue— French 
Club 2; Future Teachers 1, 4; Language Lab Aids 2, 3, 4; 
Library Aids 2, 3; Responsibility Group 4. 

SUSAN COLE RONALDSON— 39 Greenacre Avenue— Busi- 
ness Club 4; Cycloramists 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 
1; Masacksic business 4; Sports' Night 2. 

MARTHA MARY RUSSELL— 118 Duxbury Lane— A.F.S. 
Club 2, 3; Cantori 4; Domestic Exchange 3; French Club 2, 3; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 
treasurer 2, vice-president 3; Library Aids 2, 3; Lyrics 1, 3, 4; 
District Chorus 2, 3, 4; M^j-^c^^c literary 3, 4, literary editor 4; 
Math Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, secretary 4; Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; South Pacific 1; Lz#/e 
Mary Sunshine 3; Box #W Cox 2; Talent Show 4; Chorus II 3; 
Science Fair 2. 



CLASS FLIRTS: Sandy Pool 
and Sue Filkins. 




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CLASS COMEDIANS: Bucky Upson and Sally Mayock 



MARIANNA SANTANIELLO— 76 Meadow Road— Glee 
Club 1, 2; Masacksic business 3, sales chairman 4; Office Aids 

1, 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 3. 

ELLYNE SCHWARTZ— 62 Greenacre Avenue— Class Coun- 
cil 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Red Cross 4; Masacksic business 2, 3, 
4; Office Aids 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 3- 

PHILIP C. SELLERS — 44 Lawnwood Avenue — Intramurals 1, 

2, 3, 4; Outlet literary; Freshman Football. 

KENNETH STUART SIEGEL— 107 Normandy Road— Class 
Council 3; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Masacksic busi- 
ness 4; Freshman Football; Golf 3. 

SHERRILL ANNE SKOWYRA— 131 Greenacre Avenue- 
Drill Team 3, 4; French Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 
2; Jet Jotter business 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance 
Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Music Night 1, 2, 3. 



SUSAN ELIZABETH SLATER— 56 Lincoln Park— Future 
Nurses 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aids 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 
2; Swim Team 2; Gym Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CAROL YVONNE SMALTZ— 257 Captain Road— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1965; Future Teachers 4; Talent Show 4. 

BEVERLY SMITH— 52 Laurel Lane— Glee Club 1; Office 
Aids 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 3, 4; 
Masacksic business 4. 

JOHN WILLIAM SMITH— 146 South Avenue— Business 
Club 3, vice-president 4; Soccer manager 2. 

LINDA LEE SMITH — 32 Grassy Gutter Road — Cycloramists 
2, 3; French Club 4; Lej Cuisinieres 3; Masacksic art 4; Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship Letter; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Pep Club 3. 

CHARON MAY SMYTH— 87 Bel-Air Drive— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1965. 

STEVEN ERIC SNYDER— 36 Captain Road— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1964; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; Responsibility Group 
4; Service Squad 4; Tennis 3, 4, most improved player 3. 

WALTER MICHAEL SOKOLOWSKI— 66 Woolworth Street 
— J. V. Baseball 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROLAND PAUL SOULIERE— 49 Drury Lane— Intramurals 
1,2,3,4. 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Bart Frisbie and Martha Russell 




SHARON SPINK— 46 Oxford Road- 
1965. 



-Entered L.H.S. Dec. 



PATRICIA M. STELZER— 312 Williams Street— Glee Club 
1; Jet Jotter business 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 4; Masacksic business 

2, 3, 4; Riding Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Talent Show 4. 

JOSEPH CLARKE STOTHERT— 63 Whitmun Road— Outlet 
literary 2, 3, 4, editor 4; Science Club 3; Ski Club 3; J. V. Soc- 
cer 2, 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2. 

GARY PETER TAMPONE— 29 Shadyside Drive— Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Basketball 2; Fresh- 
man Football; J. V. Football 2. 

CAROL ANN TEBALDI— 21 Beckwith Drive— Drill Team 
4; French Club 2; Future Teachers 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Sports' 
Night 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 

3, 4; Softball 2; Responsibility Group 4. 

LINDA SUSAN THOMPSON— 245 Bel-Air Drive— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Cycloramists 2, 3, 4; M^.svzc£j7V business 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Sports' Night 3, 4; Talent Show 
4; Pep Club 3; Responsibility Group 4. 

DAVID JOSEPH TOMASSETTI— 162 Crescent Road- 
Freshman Soccer; J. V. Soccer 2; Intramurals 2, 3. 




MOST GULLIBLE: Bob Parsons and Ellyne Schwartz 



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HELEN LOUISE TRIOULEYRE— 80 Hawthorne Street— 
A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, semi-finalist 3; Freshman Cheerleaders; 
Cheerleaders 3, 4; Class Council 4; Drill Team 2; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 4; Masacksic art editor 4; Orchestra 1; 
Responsibility Group 3, 4, pilot committee 4; Anti-Smokers' 
Council 3, 4;. Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Marshal for Class of 1965. 

BRUCE THOMAS UNDERWOOD— 50 Elm wood Avenue— 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3- 

JAMES MARSH UPSON— 177 Greenacre Avenue— Ski Club 
1, 2; Science Fair 2; Track 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Council 2; Latin Club 3; Talent Show 4; Intramurals 
3; Responsibility Group 4; Service Squad 4; Key Club 4. 

DOUGLAS ROBERT VanBEENEN— 90 Birchwood Avenue 
— Intramurals 2, 3. 

LAURA ANNE VIGNEAULT— 34 Kenmore Drive— Busi- 
ness Club 3, 4; Future Nurses 3; Future Teachers 4, librarian 
4; Masacksic business 3, 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4. 

RONALD PHILIP WAIKSNORIS^22 Maple Road— Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; District Band 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jesters 2, 3, 
4; Key Club 4; Orchestra 2. 

ANNE LOWENSTEIN WALLACE— 163 Western Drive- 
Class Secretary 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, treasurer 3; Glee 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Leaders' Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter; Ski Club 1, 2, 
3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, treas- 
urer 4; Talent Show 4; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 2, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 1, 2, 3; Teen 
Council 4; Masacksic business 1, 2. 

KATHLEEN MARY WARREN— 751 Laurel Street— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1965. 

DEBORAH WEISE— 92 South Park Avenue— Entered L.H.S. 
Sept. 1964; Business Club 4; Masacksic business 4. 
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DONE MOST FOR L.H.S.: 

Bart Frisbie and Jill Parker 




CLASS INTELLECTS: Martha Rus- 
sell and Dick Bessel 



LINDA CAROL WENSLEY— 50 Dennis Road— Cycloram- 
ists 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Outlet literary 
4; Riding Club 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports' Night 3; Field 
Hockey 4; Tennis 4. 

SUSAN ANDREA WHIPPLE— 63 Hawthorn Street— Office 
Aids 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Intramurals 2. 

RICHARD WILKINSON WHITTEY 11—92 Elmwood Ave- 
nue — Cycloramists 4; Red Cross 3; Masacksic art 4; Ski Club 
2; Ski Team 2, 3, 4, captain 3, 4; Class Council 3. 

JULIE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS— 74 Maple Road— Drill 
Team 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; /^ /o/ter literary 
3, business 4; Red Cross 4; Leaders' Club 4; Lyrics 2, 3, secre- 
tary 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, treasurer 4; Lz#/e AWy 
Sunshine 3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance 
Club 1,2, 3; Softball 1. 

JULIE MARIE WINTERS— 97 Laurel Street— A.F.S. Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Glee Club 1; Red Cross 3; Leaders' 
Club 4; Masacksic business 3, 4; Responsibility Group 3, 4; 
Sports' Night 1, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Dance Club 3, 4; Science 
Fair 2; Spanish Club 4. 

ROGER WINTHROP— 248 Deepwoods Drive— Entered 
L.H.S. Sept. 1965; Intramurals 4. 

BARRY MELVIN WOLFERT— 42 Shadyside Drive— Intra- 



murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2. 

PETER BARRY WOLK— 31 Laurel Lane— Junior Achieve- 
ment 3, 4, vice-president 3, president 4, junior executive award 
3; Latin Club 3, 4; Library Aids 3, 4; M^^c^j/V business 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Science Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 
4; Varsity Basketball manager 2; Track manager 2; Responsi- 
bility Group 4. 

CONSTANCE FENELON YOUNG— 734 Longmeadow 
Street — A.F.S. Club 1; Freshman Cheerleaders; Class Council 1; 
Class Treasurer 2; Drill Team 3; Future Nurses 4, vice- 
president 4; Intramurals 4; Junior Prom Queen; Leaders' 
Club 3; Responsibility Group 3; Ski Club 3; Anti-Smokers' 
Council 3; Sports' Night 3; Student Council 3, 4, treasurer 3, 
secretary 4; Field Hockey 2; Swim Team 2; Gym Team 1. 

CHRISTINE VICTORIA ZACARIAN— 154 Colony Road— 
A.F.S. Club 1,2; Freshman Cheerleaders; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; 
Class Council 4; Domestic Exchange 3; French Club 2; Glee 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3; 
Anti-Smokers' Council 3; Sports' Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Usher for Class of 1965; Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Responsi- 
bility Group 4; Spanish Club 1. 

ARNOLD LEONARD ZAMANSKY— 109 Yarmouth Street 
— Entered L.H.S. Sept. 1963; Responsibility Group 4; Service 
Squad 4; J. V. Basketball 3; Varsity Basketball 4. 



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The Spirit 

of 
Underclassmen 

i/O 000 

aiming for the varsity, leadership, 
and a diploma 

trying out for Jet Jotter 
and Masacksic 

preparing for more responsibilities 

happily paying $5 for class dues 

trying out for football as 
a 110 lb. junior 

staying for Playday 

taking the booster bus 
to away games 

supporting the Student 
Council store 

not leaving a tray in the cafeteria 

going to a freshman football game 

listening quietly at an assembly 

looking forward to senior year. 



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We're first with a dance and a prom 






MRS. MacINTYRE AND MR. 
ALDRICH help in organizing 
junior activities. 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Henry 
Rigali, President; Sharon Black, Secre- 
tary; Jean Spallino, Treasurer; Jim War- 
ner, Vice-President. 



the junior class is . . . laughing, thinking, growing, 
learning . . . pushing through English lit, ten novels, 
and still those vocabulary tests . . . chemistry, French 
literature, physics, and honors courses too . . . but hav- 
ing fun and full of spirit. 

the junior class is . . . finally on the varsity lineups . . . 
something pretty important . . . and then the prom of 
course . . . beginning to realize that college isn't that 
far away . . . getting ready . . . and working hard, play- 
ing hard, and thinking hard at LHS. 

the juniors are . . . finally upperclassmen . . . distin- 
guishing themselves as a really great group ... on the 
move all the time with their licenses, finally . . . getting 
more serious and responsible lately, finally planning 
ahead . . . taking PSAT's this year . . . talking about 
the prom . . . applying for AFS . . . worrying about col- 
lege boards . . . the juniors are . . . almost seniors now, 
at last. 



second only to Seniors! 




JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL: Seat- 
ed — Judy Zuckerman, Sue Solomon, 
Cindy Ellis, Barbara Meiklejohn; 
standing — Karen Abrams, faul 
Schneider, Jim Warner, Donna 
Greenberg, Connie Katz. 




Homeroom 12 

Front: Anne Throne, Bruce Throne, 
Charles Poole, Harris Barowsky, Don- 
ald Coen, Arthur Fox, Sandra Tougias; 
back: Sharon Nuger, Nancy Shoemaker, 
Sally Carson, Donna Greenberg, Cheryl 
Ramberg, Christine Whittlesey, Susan 
Wolfson, Nancy Dale, Penny Baum, 
Phyllis Giroux, Mr. Lynch. 



Homeroom 13 

Front: Barbara Harris, Jim Warner, 
Danny Bloom, Harvey Bond, David 
Gloth, Judy Cogswell; back: Miss Steele, 
Laura Shatz, Debbie Fuller, Jean Leavitt, 
Barbara Siegel, Melissa Balthaser, Mar- 
garet Winters, Sandy Lipson, Barbara 
Robinson. 




From the peace of the heath . . . Macbeth vaults obstacles . . . as 




Homeroom 215 

Front: Dave Castleman, Joyce Dolan, 
Robert Black, Debbie Alport, Robert 
Kimball; back: Mr. Villeneuve, Margie 
Clifton, Bruce Frisbie, Don Hayes, 
Henry Rigali, Jim Warner, Bruce 
Throne, Jean Spallino, Sharon Black. 




Homeroom 27 

Front: Mr. Marsian, Larry 
Berkeley, Mike Anziano, 
Martha Atwood, Robert 
Basdekis, John Bartlett, 
Dan Burns; back: Joyce 
Baker, Priscilla Barnes, 
Cynthia Bishop, Karen 
Abrahms, Carolyn Al- 
strom, Laurie Bewick, 
Jackie Black, Susan Ben- 
ton, Gail Bacon, Cynthia 
Benton. 



Homeroom 
121 

Front: Mr. Joly, Bob Car- 
roll, Gary Burnett, Carol 
Blakeman, Ken Cohen, 
Gary Blake, Pete Buscemi; 
back: Lissa Clark, Sherry 
Cohen, Jane Cohen, Janet 
Conti, Debby Chasens, 
Nancy Cochran. 



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Homeroom 
122 

Front: Miss Compton, 
Peter Devine, Bob Derby, 
John Davis, Jim Daven- 
port, Brian Dee, Gary Dio- 
nisi; back: Aviva Davis, 
Sally Elliot, Karen Fisher, 
Lauren Feinstein, Cindy 
Ellis, Mary-Jane Dyson, 
Anne Exley, Jennifer Daly, 
Melissa Dawson, Joyce 
Debien, Lynn Epstein. 



Homeroom 
123 

Front: Mr. Burns, Linda 
Goodwin, Beverly Grzy- 
wacz, Carolyn Frost, Tom 
Haberlin; back: Bette Ruth 
Freed, Joan Guernsey, 
Sandy Greenberg, Jim Gri- 
maldi, Rick Fredette, Randi 
Gelfman, Barbara Gordon, 
Judith Haaxma. 




First formal . . . frilly floorlengths . . . crimson carnations 




CAROLYN JONES SHOWS that music really 
turns her on. 

BERNIE KAPLAN REHEARSES original folk 
song for Talent Show. 




Homeroom 124 

Front: Mr. Ursprung, Carolyn 
Jones, Julie Katten, Connie 
Katz, Adrian Heafitz, Sue Hall, 
Nancy Haskell; back: Andrea 
Haurilla, Karen Kielbasa, Di- 
ane Keeney, Marcia Hennick, 
Beth Keegan. 



Homeroom 125 

Front: Mr. Merritt, Harry La- 
Rose, Reed Lincoln, Jane 
Marcy, Allan LaBroad, Dan 
Mastromatteo, Ed Lowe; back: 
Cindy Leete, Ruth Law, Mi- 
chele Lanctot, Linda Masterson, 
Carol Koetsch, Daryl Krim. 



. . . studded, starched shirts. 



"ME?" cry Bev Grzy- 
wacz, Jean Leavitt, 
Chris Whittlesey and 
Marcia Hennick when 
Stu Cohen, Larry Coo- 
ley, John Carter, and 
Bob Franklin offer 
their love during a 
chorus of Little Mary 
Sunshine. 




Homeroom 
141 

Front: Kevin Morrison, 
Frank Meeske, David 
Michelman, Steve Neff, 
Dennis Orsi, Dick Orell, 
Steve Matchak; back: Mr. 
Laudato, Lisa Nannen, 
Nancy Mulcahy, Barbara 
Meikeljohn, Sue Elliot, 
Barbara McCann, Betsy 
Merrill, Heather Mudgett, 
Linda Mazer. 



Homeroom 
142 

Front: Mr. Judd, Robert 
Riner, Nelson Riner, John 
Robertson, John Peverly, 
Paul Schneider, Bill Ru- 
ben; back: Margaret Rod- 
ney, Cathy Regan, Patricia 
Ray, Nancy Schroeder, 
Mary Ryder, Suzy Roshe- 
ger, Carol Preston, Diane 
Shapiro. 




Aristotle, Avagadro, and Addison animate activities. 







EXAMINING THE RULES 
for Mr. Suher's Brownie Con- 
test are Sue Wolfson, Barb 
McCann, Bev Grzywacz and 
Laura Shatz while Gary Bur- 
nett and Tom Grace wonder 
about its validity. 




Homeroom 143 

Front: Miss Lynch, Roger Tinck- 
nell, Leonard Shatz, Mike Swee- 
ney, Peter Squire, Louis Sophi- 
nos, Debbie Shusman; back: 
James Temple, William Squires, 
Sue Solomon, Donna Soodalter, 
Pat Tierney, Randi VanBeenen, 
Barbara Smith, Louise Stanley, 
Lynn Sullivan, Linda Solberg, 
Don Brisset, Mark Sullivan. 



Homeroom 144 

Front: Mr. McLean, Jeff Weiser, 
Van Vandewater, Steven Treb- 
bin, Jeff Wilkinson, Ed War- 
wick, Peter Wender; back: Mar- 
tin Witholt, Judy Zuckerman, 
Barbara Zerwitz, Carol Zandan, 
Cindy Watts, Phyllis Young, 
Nancy Arnold, Bonnie Kurth, 
Geraldine West, Nancy Yerrall, 
Mary Wood, Sue Underwood, 
Margaret VanGaasbeck, Tom 
Tracy. 



English Lit: Beowulf - Bond vs. Grendel - Goldfinger. 



JUDI ZUCKERMAN WAKES UP to the 
frightening fact that Sports' Night is just 
one day away. 

PREPARING FOR THE DAY'S CON- 
QUEST are illustrious members of the 
L.H.S. soccer team: Jack Corcoran, Tom 
Haberlin, Bruce Hobart, Jim Hyfantis, and 
Danny Bloom. 



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We march to the tempo of the underclass world while creating 



MRS. MEDER AND MR. FERRIER plan the sopho- 
mores' drive to the top. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Nancy 
Kaynor, Treasurer; Bruce Frisbie, President; 
Don Hayes, Vice-President; Missy Balthaser, 
Secretary. 



second in four . . . homework galore . . . parallel out- 
lines, please . . . year of required courses . . . American 
history and American literature . . . Hester's red badge 
of courage . . . composition and mimeographed sheets 
... if a line is parallel to another line then ... a year 
to learn what pressure is. 

awkward year, transitional year . . . more responsibility, 
less recognition . . . varsity sports, drill team, cheerlead- 
ing . . . finally being a real part of the school . . . but 
getting all the little jobs ... in preparation for the big 
ones. 



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our own unique rhythm. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL: 
Mark Leeper, Phyllis Giroux, Eddie 
Merrill, Anne Vigneault, Marg Win- 
ters, Matty Schaffer. 




1 1 1 ■ 




LOOK WHERE the action is! Mark 
Miller, Ronnie Caplan and Nat 
Salfas. 



Neither upper nor lower, we're caught in the middle but 



Homeroom 210 

Front: Gerry Berg, Richard Avella, 
Linda Bernstein, Nancy Bein, Mark 
Auerbach, Ronnie Baer, Andy Ar- 
matruda; middle: Mike Albano, 
Betsy Busby, Ruth Adam, Marilyn 
Brown, Judy Auerbach, Jeanne 
Cameron, Ginny Atwood, John At- 
wood; back: Kevin Burns, Ron Cap- 
lan, Steve Bentson, Mark Blanch- 
ette, Jeff Carl, Mr. Suher. 



Homeroom 211 

Front: Mrs. Meder, Dave Atwood, 
Bruce Courson, Diane Childs, Sue 
Cooper, Ed Culverwell, William 
Clark; middle: Bob DAgostino, 
Cynthia Cohen, Ann Carter, Fran 
Clark, Ellen Chereskin, Sue Carrier, 
Cynthia Dale, Janet Covalli, Bar- 
bara Cooley; back: Robert Casal, 
Rick Dalessio, Jim Carney, Scott 
Chapin, Dakin Chamberlain, Dave 
Cross. 
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TIRED SOPHOMORES INVADE 

lockers after a day of many trials 
at L.H.S. 




important to all 




Homeroom 212 

Front: Miss Perez, James Dayton, 
Gloria Debien, Leah Davis, Diane 
Flax, Andrew Ellis, Jack Eckalbar; 
back: Charles Feldman, Dick Fossa, 
Mike Fede, Stephen Ferrini, Robert 
Fortin, Dennis Flavin, Steve Duffey, 
John Fleck, Robert Darden, Dick 
Emery, Dennis Duckett. 



Homeroom 213 

Front: Donald Golden, Tom Howes, 
Jim Godfrey, Jeff Herren, Bill Ham- 
ilton, Mike Gomez, Mr. Standish; 
middle: Louise Goldberg, Linda 
Gifford, Hedy Gootzit, Eleanor Go- 
key, Debbie Haddad, Trina Gloth, 
Debby Hclsing, Nicki Hoyt, Dona- 
lyn Gross, Pat Harwood; back: John 
Holstein, Jay Gushue, Dave Holz- 
apfel, Dave Holmes, Ray Gebo, Jim 
Hoekstra. 

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IN A LAND called Honalee, Franny Clark 
gyrates to the live music of the Nomads. 



Bob, Rick, Tim and Duane play: young in age yet mature 



Homeroom 214 

Front: John Joly, John Mayer, Robert 
Kagan, Bruce Johnson, Richard Jam- 
bora; middle: Mr. Whittaker, Mark 
Leeper, Peter Maki, Lynn Kossoy, Mar- 
tha Lloyd, Gary Malstrom, Doug Long; 
back: Linda Kline, Peter Lux, Tanya 
Marlowe, Donald MacNaught, Lynn 
Kessler, Larry Leizure, Neva Kaufman, 
Karen Kobrosky, Terry Low, Nancy 
Kaynor, Paul Hunter, Lee Martin, 
Charles Lawton, Evelyn Leipold, Philip 
Locario, Donna Leete. 



Homeroom 219 

Front: Miss Landry, Lester Meyers, Bar- 
bara Noone, Richard Pottern, Hubert 
Naggar, Laurie Bacon, Gail Peck, Chris 
Penney, Peter Piusz; middle: Cathy 
Mayock, Debbie Milner, Joyce Norton, 
Polly Panto, Barbara Morrison, Joanne 
O'Connell, Ashlie Pickett, Chris Mor- 
ris, Nancy Nelson, Rick Plaisance; back: 
Jeff Parkin, Edward Merrill, Rick Paar, 
James Popham, Robert Petrie, Jean Mei- 
klejohn, Linda Michalik, Mark Miller, 
Martin Nuger, John Neal, Jim Popkin. 
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BOB KAGAN AND NANCY KAYNOR 
take time out for a chat as Neva Kaufman 
picks her lock. 




in spirit - - 



sophomores. 




Homeroom 222 

Kneeling: Chris Roan, Alan 
Shapiro; front: Mr. Daniels, 
Matty Schaffer, John Quigley, 
Larry Saex, Tom Scott, Greg 
Shepard, Bill Sample; middle: 
Sue Richards, Cheryl Reich, 
Ellie Ryan, Mary Reardon, Cyn- 
thia Schiff, Paige Price, Debbie 
Sirulnik, Donna Samble, Jan 
Pulvirenti; back: Dave Rossow, 
Bill Robbins, Alan Provencher, 
Nat Salfas, Dave Reid, Doug 
Rutherford, Duane Richter, Jim 
Smaltz. 




Homeroom 223 

Front: Bob Wainstein, Mark 
Weisse, Barb Vella, Anne Sul- 
livan, Roberta Vincent, Scott 
Weiss, Bill Smart, Dee Triou- 
leyre; middle: Kathy Smith, 
Chris Vecchiarelli, Virginia 
Williams, Debbie Wilson, Jane 
Troiano, Karen Young, Linda 
Williams, Sally Weisser, Sally 
Watson, Anne Vigneault; back: 
Janet Vigneault, Mr. Woods, 
Steve Williams, Steve Sterritt, 
Tim Walbridge, Boh Smith, 
Mark Stevens, Rick Sunter, 
Bruce Tindal. 

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FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL: Seated— Joan Lincoln, Carolyn Ad- 
ams, Mark Hirshkorn, Sue Dale, Charlotte Burke; standing — Jill Tem- 
ple, Jane Clark, Greg Roberts. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Robby Kimball, President; 
Margie Clifton, Treasurer; Debbie Alport, Vice-President; 
Laurie Fuller, Secretary. 



Capturing the spirit of '69, we take our place 



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enfin! high school . . . just can't believe how big this school is 
e-excuse me, c-could you tell m-me where room . . . 200's up- 
stairs, 100's down . . . aren't the senior boys just beautiful? . . . 
gosh, I wish . . . 

it's all so different . . . those agonizing first months of language 
... if only he'd tell me what that word means . . . introduction 
to a new kind of vocabulary test . . . introduction to character 
sketches . . . introduction to a whole new world of thought. 

love, love, love the freshman dance, the freshman school spirit, 
the being a part of it all . . . inexperienced, but just you wait 
. . . gonna be the best class Longmeadow's ever seen . . . just 
you wait! 



at the end of the line. 



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BOB PLAISANCE OFFERS 
his gentleman-like service to 
Marcia King. 



Class of 1969 encounters Pip, 




Homeroom 224 

Front: Charlie Aleks, Mark Apple- 
man, Tami Axtell, Caroline Adams, 
Holly Alpert, Nancy Baron, Bill 
Baxter, Jim Adams, Kenneth Arlen; 
back: Mr. Wiley, Tom Bartlett, Les 
Baker, Susan Bellows, Martha Bak- 
er, Stan Atwood, Mark Barowsky, 
Ronald Beachman, Bill Adam. 



Homeroom 225 

Front: Bob Blinn, Mark Blakeman, 
Bruce Cameron, Eddie Burridge, 
Holly Bishop, Linda Bisesti, Scott 
Brown, Steve Berg; back: Mrs. La- 
vin, Charlotte Burke, Nancy Ben- 
ware, Doug Broom, Karen Black- 
burn, Liz Canavan, Robyn Burnett, 
Michele Black, Linda Betsher, 
Charles Brinkmann, Sue Bogert, 
Bob Bessel, Sandra Cantalini, Ed- 
ward Breyette. 




MR. BURKE GIVES the next 
assignment to unbelieving 
freshmen. 



Dowas, and frustrations. 



Homeroom 226 

Front: Doug Carter, Dick Curran, 
Jim Connor, Wendy Cohen, Pam 
Condon, Jane Clark, Fran Coombs, 
Sabino Chiusano, Bruce Colton; 
back: Mr. Aldrich, Linda Clark, 
Susan Cramer, Regina Coughlan, 
Andrea Chaffee, Kathy Curran, 
Cindy Childs, Martha Cohen, Judy 
Carl, Carol Cohen. 



Homeroom 227 

Front: Scott Darden, Richie Derby, 
Steve Dore, Paula D'Antonio, Beth 
Edelberg, Sandy Denelowitz, Regi- 
nald Drake, Bill Donoghue; back: 
Mr. Ahern, Janice Donaldson, 
Rhonda Butler, Sue Dale, Sue Ex- 
ley, Pat Dee, Laurie Denton, Sandy 
Feldman, Debbie Epstein, Carole 
Erlin, Ellen Destephano, Marlee 
Denis, Pam Faubert. 




CONCENTRATING ON CHEER- 
LEADERS during a pep rally are Kevin 
Frazier, Gaetano Milano, Dan Fisher 
and Jim Parker as Bob Black, Steve 
Ranahan and Sabino Chuisano discuss 
the action. 




Freshmen dance, cheerlead, play football and make trouble - - 




Homeroom 228 

Front: Doug Fisher, Mike Duni- 
can, Jack Duckett, Elaine Frank, 
Laurie Fuller, Joan Gibson, Dan 
Fisher, Mike Ellsworth, Richard 
Gale; back: Mr. Nesbitt, Wayne 
Gelfman, Craig Gaudreau, Nancy 
Freed, Deena Gallerani, Jean 
Ferris, Donna Framarin, Janet 
Grimaldi, Brad Fregeau, Sandy 
Grossman, Emilio Guebara. 




Homeroom 240 

Front: Scott Howe, Robert Kim- 
ball, William Head, Debbie Al- 
port, Sandra Judd, Christina Hol- 
derness, Robert Kelley, Gary 
Katter, Jeffrey Kantor; middle: 
Linda Hollabaugh, Lynn Hyfan- 
tis, Louise Homestead, May 
Keane, Margie Clifton, Cathy 
Hart, Marcia King, Martha Jam- 
ison, Carrie Johnson, Penny Hu- 
lk, Linda Haynes, Scott Jenson; 
back: Mrs. Dudley, Mark Hirsh- 
korn, Stuart Howe, Dan Hinch- 
cliffe, Bruce Harvey, Dave Cas- 
tleman, Bob Black, Craig Herren. 




MONDAY MORNING SCIENCE class 
poses the problem of attention for Bar- 
bara Brown, Linda Haynes, Steve Nis- 
senbaum, Steve Berg and Mark Apple- 



man. 



with Darwin, Circe, et tu Brute! 



Homeroom 241 

Front: Steve Leers, Steve Lincoln, 
Barry Levitt, Linda Mackler, 
Kathleen LaBroad, Sue La Rose, 
Tom Lavin, Scot Leveton, Robert 
Mackler; middle: Karen Kriener, 
Martha Lyons, Janet Lakritz, Su- 
zanne Belcher, Peggy Koetsch, 
Debbie Kitchener, Sue- Ann Loos, 
Joan Lincoln, Donna Lovell, 
Miriam LePage, Nancy LeRoy; 
back: Mr. Kahan, Bryan Long, 
Bob Lavin, Steve Lauterwasser, 
Bill Loos. 




Homeroom 242 

Front: George Moran, Mike Mil- 
las, Philip McGeoghan, Pat Men- 
dina, Amy Michelman, Jill Mo- 
ran, Mark Moquin, Paul Mehr- 
tens, Tom Moore; middle: Miss 
Warren, Rosemary Matchak, 
Marilyn Mills, Leslie Marshall, 
Freddy Mayer, Joan Madden; 
back: Mike Miller, Bryan Mar- 
cotte, Bernard Mullen, Stuart 
Meadows, John Magnani, Gae- 
tano Milano. 




PRACTICE MAKES PER- 
FECT before Music Night 
for freshmen Sue Spallino, 
Joan Lincoln, Cathy Hart 
and Sandy Judd. 




From cavemen to Euclid to Puddin Head Wilson, freshmen 




Homeroom 243 

Front: Steve Nissenbaum, Dennis 
Murphy, James Parker, Jane Nick- 
erson, Linda Polep, Cynthia Pal- 
czynski, John Poirier, John Prybylo, 
Dick Polman; back: Steve Ranahan, 
Scott Nickerson, Susan O'Grady, 
Beth Peterson, Patricia Murray, 
Margaret Reidy, Philip Murray, Bill 
O'Connor, Kathy Peterson, Robert 
Plaisance, Rosamunde Reed, Miss 
Sherman. 



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Homeroom 244 

Front: Hal Resides, Bruce Robin, 
Mark Roddy, Diane Robb, Donna 
Robertson, Mary Robbins, Greg 
Ryan, Craig Schiff, Mike Reynolds; 
back: Greg Roberts, Cherie Rich, 
Kirk Ronaldson, Irene Schaeffer, 
Debra Rochford, Carol Ruell, Ron- 
ald Sakin, Steve Sasse, Gail Roz- 
man, Mike Ross, Susan Robson, 
Linda Santinello, Deborah Rich, Mr. 
Houle. 




Homeroom 246 

Front: Steve Slattery, Chris So- 
phinos, Dave Southworth, Lynn 
Steinberg, Dianne Smith, Sue 
Spallino, Jerry Spingler, Ronnie 
Sherman, Fred Shuh; back: Steve 
Squire, Scott Smith, Cindy Siegel, 
Louis Sheldon, Nancy Slater, 
Cherie Smith, Robert Stewart, 
Cheryl Smrcha, Linda Shaw, Lin- 
da Somers, Mark Shapiro, Jay 
Schnitzer, Richard Shapiro. 



pretend to know all 



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Homeroom 247 

Front: Tim Vecchiarelli, Pete 
Vangsness, Harvey Vigneault, 
Patty Tampone, Margaret Van- 
dewater, Donna Vecchiarelli, 
Francis Tilley, James Tierney, 
David Walbridge; middle: Julia 
Sumner, Jill Temple, Sue Upson, 
Peggy Tampone, Richard Tariff, 
Cathy Tehan, Debbie Simonds, 
*Sharron Stockhammer, Lauren 
Waldman; back: Mr. LaValley, 
Lance VanDolsen, David Vangs- 
ness, Bradford Sumner, Kenneth 
Vigneault, Lloyd Thayer. 




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Homeroom 248 

Front: Glenn Whitney, Lewis 
White, Mathew Weiner, Jan 
Zimmerman, Cheryl White, Can- 
dace Weeks, Christopher Yerkes, 
Peter Wilson, Gerald Zamansky; 
middle: Wendy Wilkinson, Sue 
Wensley, Kathleen Wynne, 
Karen Weise, Cynthia Warren, 
Ellen Yeates, Donna Wegiel, 
Christine Warwick, Linda Wie- 
ner; back: Mr. McCarthy, Walter 
Witholt, Joel Zimmerman, Da- 
vid Zandan, John Weiss, Tom 
Zenaty, Richard Wozniak, Mat- 
thew Zacarian, James Watson. 




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The Spirit 

of 
Sports 



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going to Sports' Night practice 
and then having it cancelled 

a filled home stand 

a sleepless night before 
the big game 

catching a line drive without a mitt 

losing five pounds so you can 
wrestle in the 103 class 

hitting double figures 

practicing for Drill Team at 7 A.M. 

following the rules of the Great 
Skater in the sky 

wrestling in an 80° gym 

trying a flip 

meeting the team after 
a losing game 



.C^Ci. buying a Student Activity Card 
£^ ' "^ and using it. 




Seniors' experience, juniors' effort, 



summer passes . . . and suddenly . . . the call goes out for men . . . 
tryouts . . . and then . . . seniors given first taste of seniority . . . 
first to get equipment . . . last to put it on .. . weeks of dirt and 
sweat . . . drills and sprint . . . coaches D'Agostino, Ursprung, and 
Ryder drive pride and desire into each player. 

spirit reigns as Lancers open at Holyoke Catholic . . . those pre- 
game jitters . . . and post-game blues . . . new team travels to South 
Hadley . . . ball-hawk Abbott intercepts . . . we're set for Palmer 
. . . pass defense stands out — key to Palmer's victory . . . Minne- 
chaug next . . . offense can't score touchdown so defense scores two 
. . . Ludlow invades . . . snaps their two-game losing streak . . . 
start our four. 

Orsi's first game . . . Gorrod's last — a fitting Dad's day . . . revenge- 
bound . . . watch out Classical . . . and please ... no passes . . . 
please . . . so . . . finally Enfield . . . excitement as Jeff loses contact 
on muddy field . . . other than that . . . well . . . youth and experi- 
ence for the next two years . . . and future success. 




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Isophomores y talents combine for spirited season. 






Front: Coach Ryder, Coach Ursprung, 
Mike Abbott, John Forbess, Bruce 
Curran, Ross Appleman, Jeff Diamond, 
Al Gorrod, Bart Frisbie, Pepper Mar- 
tin, Bob Parsons; middle: manager 
Frank Meske, Jim Grimaldi, Pete 
Squires, Ed Lowe, Stan Haines, Pete 
Jalonen, Paul Schneider, Ken Cohen, 
Dennis Orsi, Bob D Agostino, Steve 
Bentson, Coach D' Agostino; back: Mark 
Stevens, Bob Hollister, Tim Walbridge, 
Duane Richter, Rick Sunter, Rick Da- 
lessio, Don MacNaught, Jim Katter, 
Bob Casal, Dick Fossa. 

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Sahino Cbuisano, Gaetano Milano, Greg Ryan lead aspiring Frosh . 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM— Front: Jim Parker, Den- 
nis Murphy, Brian Long, Steve Dore, Mark Blakeman, Kevin 
Frazier, Brian Marcotte, Phil McGeoghan, Bob Lavin; back: 
Coach Johnson, Steve Ranahan, Jack Ducket, Stewart Mead- 



ows, Bob Black, Bob Stewart, Kevin Gould, Steve Lauter- 
wasser, Matt Zacarian, Glen Whitney, Scott Darden, Coach 
McLean. 




ROSS APPLEMAN 
Defensive Middle Guard 



JIM KATTER 
Guard 



AL GORROD, CO-CAPTAIN 
Quarterback 





Longmeadow 




Oppon 





Holyoke Catholic 


18 


14 


South Hadley 








Palmer 


12 


14 


Minnechaug 


8 


6 


Ludlow 


21 


8 


E. Longmeadow 


32 


12 


Classical 


16 





Enfield 


21 



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BRUCE CURRAN 
End 



JEFF DIAMOND, CO-CAPTAIN 

Linebacker 

All- Western Mass. 



PEPPER MARTIN 
Tackle 




MIKE ABBOTT 
Tackle 

St. Mary's Scholar-Athlete 






BOB PARSONS 
Guard 



BART FRISBIE, CO-CAPTAIN 
Center 



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J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM — Front: Bob Casal, Dennis Orsi, Peter Jalonen, Dick Fossa, 
Bob DAgostino; back: Pete Squires, Ed Lowe, John Bartlett, Stan Haines, Paul 
Schneider, Tim Walbridge. 




JOHN FORBESS 

Halfback 



Varsity experience adds to a victorious J. V. season. 



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With season marked by victory and defeat, Lancer soccer 



VARSITY SOCCER TEAM — Front: Mike Anziano, Bob Goodhue, Poole, Bruce Frisbie, John Peverley, Bernie Kaplan, Dave Gibson, 

Joe Stothert, Scott Baird, Sandy Pool, Barclay Macon, Bob Busby, Tom Haberlin, Mark Miller, Chris Roan, Mark Sullivan, Coach 

Dan Bloom; back: Coach Daniels, manager Lenny Shatz, Cappy Teixeira. 









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players climax season with well-earned East Longmeadow tie. 





a crisp fall afternoon . . . O.K., 
boys, let's get out there and win 
. . . soccer . . . c'mon Scotty, boot 
that ball hard . . . nice goal kick, 
Paul . . . c'mon boys, let's get 
hungry out there . . . what's the 
whistle for, Ref ? . . . great save, 
Cappy . . . offsides . . . but Mr. 
Teixeira, I didn't touch the ball 
. . . cornerkick . . . nice pass, 
Mike . . . hand ball in the pen- 
alty area . . . let's make these 
shots count . . . head it, Sandy 
. . . goal! . . . let's keep this lead, 
guys . . . the final whistle . . . 
game. 



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Future varsity hooters boast winning record, potential stars. 



J.V. SOCCER TEAM— Front: Andrew Ellis, Bruce Hobart, Jeff 
Heren, Bruce Thron, Gary Malmstrom, Ken Fieldman, John 
Quigley, Rich Plaisance, Dee Triouleyce, Charles Feldman; 
back: Coach LeBlanc, Manager Matt Schaffer, John Robertson, 



Don Coen, Alan Provencher, Rick Paar, Robert Petrie, Phil 
Ryan, Larry Berkeley, Don Hayes, Robert Weiss, Nat Salfas, 
John Joly, Coach Climo. 




Ludlow 

Monson 

Chicopee Comp. 

Minnechaug 

Technical 

Chicopee 

West Springfield 

East Longmeadow 

Ludlow 

Technical 

Monson 

Chicopee Comp. 

Minnechaug 

Chicopee 

West Springfield 

East Longmeadow 

Classical 



4 
3 

2 

3 
1 
3 
3 
2 

3 
4 
2 
5 

3 



SCOTT BAIRD, CO-CAPTAIN 

Inside left 

All-Pioneer Valley League 

BOB GOODHUE 

Right halfback 

SANDY POOL, CO-CAPTAIN 

Center halfback 

PAUL JONES, CO-CAPTAIN 
Right fullback 



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Plaisance, Zenaty, Castleman spark frosh to victorious season. 





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BARCLAY MACON 
Center forward 

JOE STOTHERT 

Left halfback 

BOB BUSBY 
Left wing 





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FRESHMAN SOCCER TEAM— Front: Mike Millas, Jay Schnitzer, 
Jerry Zamansky, Chris Sophinos, Jay Prybylo, Bob Plaisance, Jim 
Connor, Ed Burridge, Scott Jensen, Jim Watson; back: Coach 



Mannheim, Bob Blinn, Craig Herren, Dave Walbridge, Dave 
Castleman (captain), Tom Zenaty, Mike Miller, Dave Zandan, 
Bill O'Connor, Mark Hirschkorn, Walt Witholt. 



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Basketball team starts fast with 



BASKETBALL TEAM — front: Coach Josselyn, Captain, Barclay Paul Jones, Bernie Kaplan, Sandy Pool, Bob Goodhue, Mike An- 
Macon; back: Manager George Locario, Bob D'Agostino, Arnold ziano, Manager Frank Meeske. 
Zamansky, Jim Warner, Rick Dalessio, Bob Hollister, Larry Leisure, 





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the buzzer sounds . . . the centers jump . . . let's go, Bare 
. . . pass it, now . . . shoot . . . basket! . . . ok, guys, 
we're off to a fast start . . . out-of-bounds . . . only five 
seconds to get it off . . foul two shots for Mike . . . 
trailing by four at the quarter . . . two more for Larry 
. . . c'mon Rick, watch those elbows . . . we're catching 
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up . . . fast break . . . but Coach, our defense just isn't 
holding up . . . all for Longmeadow, stand up and 
holler . . . half time new strategy . . . tension mounts 
. . . nice shot, Paul . . . fouled, two more shots . . . 
score tied with a minute left . . . stall it, Dag now, 
Bob, shoot . . . it's good . . . the buzzer . . . game! 



three wins, but loses winning ways. 




Longmeadow 




Oppor 


66 


South Hadley 


44 


49 


Chicopee Comp. 


41 


68 


Monson 


43 


45 


Ludlow 


64 


38 


Minnechaug 


74 


51 


E. Longmeadow 


62 


57 


Enfield 


69 


41 


Classical 


68 


46 


Agawam 


69 


43 


Easthampton 


79 


45 


Ludlow 


85 


51 


E. Longmeadow 


68 


39 


Enfield 


60 


53 


Agawam 


92 


52 


Easthampton 


68 


45 


Minnechaug 


65 





We came, we saw, we were conquered. 



SANDY POOL 
Forward 



BARCLAY MACON, CAPTAIN 
Forward 



PAUL JONES 
Forward 




Winning J V team, improved frosh promise brighter hoop future. 




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let's get that play working . . . 
try again . . . need experience 
. . . get that rebound . . . good 
shot Berkeley . . . follow up your 
shot . . . get that ball! . . . pick 
up that man, Gibson . . . work 
for that rebound . . . get it to our 
side of the court . . . pass to Mer- 
rill . . . need experience . . . 
wait until we are varsity. 

J. V. BASKETBALL— front: Coach 
Mannheim; back: Bruce Thorne, 
Jeff Licht, Mike Fede, Ed Merrill, 
Bill Rubin, Dave Gibson, Larry 
Berkeley, Terry Low, Tim Wal- 
bridge. 





FRESHMAN BASKETBALL— front: Bob Stuart, Mark Blakeman, Gerry Zamansky, 
Mark Murphy, Dave Castleman, Steve Nissenbaum; back: Richard Derby, Mark Shapiro, 
Tom Zanaty, Mark Weiss, Steve Lauterwasser. 



why does the other team always look taller . . . we'll still win . . . make that 



shot, Blinn . . . pick up your man . . . Zamansky, set up the play 



for the rebound 



nice drive Castleman . . . set back on defense! 



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experience . . . we'll be taller and better next year. 



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Third place in Western Mass Tournament and close match at 



WRESTLING TEAM— front: Gary Katter, Tom Howes, Bob 
Lavin, Paul Schneider, Rudy Dossman, Tom Grace, Lloyd Thayer, 
Don Coen, Jeff Chandler, Ray Holmes, Mark Appleman; back: Mr. 



Stafford, Fred Hoekstra, Don McNaught, John Atwood, Don 
Fleming, Dick Fossa, David Gloth, Rick Fredette, John Bartlett, 
Tom Bartlett, Mark Stevens, Mike Abbott, Coach Harris. 




MIKE ABBOTT 

Captain 

1965-66 Wrestling Award 



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DAN BETSHER 



conditioning . . . bridge, sit out, turn in . . . 
a lot of freshmen out . . . block-up . . . 
learn basics . . . sweat a lot . . . say coach, 
could you turn up the heat a little? . . . 
use legs . . . work for half-nelson . . . read 
a sheet or twenty . . . match on Saturday 
. . . have some oj and Top Star . . . Katter 
and Thayer excel with three more years 
ahead . . . Abbott drives team to victories 
and third place in Western Mass tourna- 
ment ... a profitable season finishes in 
Lowell at state meet. 



Wilbraham highlight wrestling season. 



DON FLEMING 




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RAY HOLMES 



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Canadian style, Coach Ryder's guidance fail to produce many wins. 



ROBBIE RANAHAN 
Defense 



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HOCKEY TEAM — front: Bob Plaisance, Dee Triouleyre, Dave 
Michelman, Greg Shift, Ken Welch, Mike Sweeney, Bob Petrie, 
Bill Hamilton, Bill Carroll, Pete Maki; back: Coach Wiley, Dick 

126 



Plaisance, Bart Frisbie, Pete Squire, Sabino Chuisano, Don Fisher. 
Bruce Curran, John Davis, Bruce Frisbie, Phil Locario, Bob War- 
wick, Doug Marvel, Jack Corcoran, Robbie Ranahan, Coach Ryder. 






Young team gains experience, prepares to revenge season's losses 




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first practice . . . what's this? . . . only 
three seniors out for the team . . . eight 
men to replace . . . with what? . . . yes, 
it looks like it will be with 120-pound 
sophomores . . . eight hard practices be- 
fore the first game . . . skating, passing, 
shooting . . . learning the technique of 
a new type of hockey . . . happy hour 
. . . finally we play . . . first game against 
Trade ... a near win . . . that's the way 
it goes ... a victory over Classical . . . 
Lancers are flying high . . . but wait. . . 
a loss to Chicopee Comp . . . East Long- 
meadow . . . more practice . . . more 
losses . . . Bart struggles to keep team 
spirit ... a tie with Chicopee Comp . . . 
it should have been ours . . . that's the 
way it's gone this year . . . Curran, Fris- 
bie, and Ranahan carry much of the 
scoring and defensive load ... a small, 
young and inexperienced team that 
hasn't had many breaks. 



















Longmeadow < 


Dpponent 




3 


Trade 


4 




3 


Classical 


2 




1 

1 


Chicopee Comp 

East Longmeadow 

Trade 


2 
6 
3 




1 


Classical 


5 




3 
1 
1 


Chicopee Comp 

East Longmeadow 

Trade 


3 
3 

7 




3 


Classical 


5 





2 


East Longmeadow 
Classical 


4 
4 




1 
1 


East Longmeadow 
Trade 


7 
6 




1 
1 


Chicopee Comp 
Chicopee Comp 


6 
6 





BART FRISBIE, CAPTAIN 
Defense 



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A new coach, an experienced team —Lancer skiers prove their worth 



Co-captain 
PETE ADRIANCE 



SKI TEAM — front: Tom Lavin, Doug Fisher, Steve Lincoln, back: Robby Kimball, Ron- 
nie Baer, Mark Roddy, Steve Slattery, Jeff Cochran, Reed Lincoln, George Lagassa, Pete 
Adriance, Bruce Hartford, Bob Bastekis, Dan Bloom, Scott Chapin, Bob Lincoln, Rick 
Whittey. 






Co-captain 
RICK WHITTEY 



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three, two, one, go ... a pair of Head Com- 
petitions begin to carve an exact course . . . 
knees bent, weight forward . . . watch that 
hairpin, Pete . . . gosh, it sure is cold out 
today . . . did I tighten my bindings? . . . 
good edge control . . . some warm coffee 
would do fine . . . careful now, Rick, you're 
coming to a flush . . . open gate, closed, 
inverted H . . . get high for that next gate 
. . . pole now, you're losing time . . . egg- 
position . . . swoosh . . . across the line . . . 
OK Bruce, you're next . . . five, four . . . 




GEORGE LAGASSA 



at Mt. Tom. Rifle Team and Intramurals shoot for victories. 



JEFF COCHRAN 




a crisp autumn afternoon . . . con- 
tact — but without the pads . . . tem- 
pers flare . . . and each game played 
for keeps ... in the tough schedule 
of flag football. 

throngs pack our gym . . . show- 
down . . . Colts vs. Blackhawks . . . 
rough and serious from the start . . . 
Colts gallop away to big upset . . . 
but . . . Blackhawks swoop to re- 
venge in final game . . . capture bas- 
ketball championship. 

intramural campaign ends ... as 
volleyball season closes . . . faculty 
repeats as annual champs . . . con- 
clusion to exciting and spirited year. 





RIFLE TEAM — front: John Lyons, Jim Parker, John Magnani; 
back: Bill Squires, Jack Eckalbar, Mr. Villeneuve. 

a shot a minute . . . calm down . . . squeeze it gently, 
don't jerk it . . . oh, that smoke, choke . . . varsity 
letter at last . . . practice four hours a week helps some 
of us . . . three more minutes — six more shots . . . no, 
John, just the black part . . . cease firing . . . well, I 
guess we can use this target again. 



129 



Baseball season builds on hard practice and wind sprints. 



AL GORROD 
Outfield 



BOB GOODHUE 
Pitcher 



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BARC MACON 
Second Base 

130 



a stuffy gym and pitchers warm up . . . only the 
middle of March warm weather . . . batting practice 
. . . eye on the ball, feet apart, level swing ... a 
rainy day for sliding practice . . . practice the double 
play, but will we use it? ... a high fly and the 
sun in my eyes . . . running the bases, sprinting for 
flies, diving for line drives ... a sweaty catcher's 
mask . . . curves, fast balls- and a fence, a long ways 
away. 



JOE HARRELSON 
Pitcher 



1965 BASEBALL TEAM— front: Dave Blakeman, Bruce VanDol- Berkeley, Sandy Pool; third: Al Gorrod, Bob Goodhue, Joe Harrel- 
son, Phil Dalessio, Bill Cook, Fred Varney, Brian Margolis; second: son, Paul Jones, Bob Joly, Bart Frisbie; back: Coach DAgostino, 
Barclay Macon, Rick Johnson, Ron Plaisance, Tom Adams, Larry Manager Lenny Shatz, Coach Johnson. 








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SANDY POOL 
First Base 



PAUL JONES 
Outfield 



Coach Dag instills pride, desire, and hustle in team. 



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Trackmen complete season of competition against time, distance 



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1965 TRACK TEAM— Front: Mr. West, Charlie Arnold, Don 
Cohen, Sumner Saffer, Dee Triouleyre, Sandy Orr, Bob Kagan, Jim 
Popkin, Phil Schmidt, Clint Paige; second row: Coach Harris, Fred 
Reardon, Roger Tinknell, Dave Clark, Jay Gushue ; Rick Sunter, Don 
Fleming, Peter Otto, Joe Stothert, Jack Gushue, Steve Wilson, 



Don Ferris, Coach Ursprung; third row: Mike Abbott, Dave Gloth, 
Bob Busby, Bob Lincoln, Jeff Parkin, Chris Roan, Jim Warner, 
Jim Temple, Jeff Diamond; fourth row: Pepper Martin, Dan 
Betsher, Bob Smith, Colin Fuller, Henry Rigali, Jeff Wilkinson, 
Pete Squires, Doug Newton, Gary Hooper, Don Smith. 




. . carry some weights when you 
run, Fleming . . . must go faster . . . faster . . . 
javelin, Temple — keep arm straight . . . get dis- 
tance . . . get ready for Western Mass. . . . shot 
put — put your weight behind it, Diamond . . . 
let's not do circuits today . . . high jump . . . 
broad jump — get that extra push, Fleming . . . 
pole vault — higher next time . . . discus— -don't 
worry about hitting the fence, Rigali . . . can't let 
high jumpers win relay ... go faster . . . faster 
. . . run. 



MIKE ABBOTT 
Shot put 



DON FLEMING 

440, high and long jumps 



in Western Mass. Tournament 



JEFF DIAMOND 
Shot put, discus 




COACHES Ursprung and Ryder. 



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Golfers master fairways, netmen conquer courts. 



1966 GOLF TEAM — Bob Leff, Gary Burnett, Coach Haskell, Jack Corcoran, Robbie Ranahan. 



fore! . . . big golf shoes to step 
into . . . defending Valley 
Wheel Crown . . . Coach Has- 
kell again drives team to win 
after win . . . "I got burnt!" . . . 
around the lip, and it drops! . . . 
Longmeadow wins another . . . 
arch-rival Agawam . . . another 
undefeated season? . . . Cale- 
brese trophy . . . Leff, Ranahan, 
Burnett, and Corcoran pose 
threat to Lancer foes. 





fifteen-love . . . tennis . . . choco- 
late milk and cookies before 
every match . . . building for 
the strongest squad . . . with 
Steve Snyder, the human back- 
board . . . another long, trium- 
phant match . . . night match 
. . . Coach Suher feeding quar- 
ters to the public lights ... in- 
exhaustible spirit and energy . . . 
the tennis team . . . Lancers of 
the court. 



1965 TENNIS TEAM — Front: Dan Bloom, Steve Snyder, Ray Holmes, Jim 
Coon; back: Art Fox, Rafe Sagalyn, Charlie Johnson, Dana Paige, Coach 
Suher. 




Leaders' Club referees, encourages particpation in intramurals. 



LEADERS' CLUB— Front: Fred Hoekstra, John Forbess, Ed Lowe, 
Julie Winters, Holly Clark, Gretchen Balthaser, Julie Williams, 
Karen Elmer, Bob Goodhue, Joe Gibson; second row: Dan Betsher, 
Bob Busby, Al Corrod, Marylyn Nye, Carol Atwood, Jill Parker, 
Joan Finn, Pam Gates, Don Fleming, Henry Rigali; third row: 
Jeff Diamond, Ken Cohen, Mary Jane Dyson, Cindy Manzi, Ann 



Kent, Anne Wallace, Kaki Beilby, Bill Rubin, Larry Berkeley, Paul 
Schneider; fourth row: Michele Lanctot, Nancy Schroeder, Anne 
Throne, Debbie Fuller, Barbara Bentson, Helen Triouleyre, Carol 
Tebaldi, Sharon Black, Cathy Maxwell, Barb Meiklejohn; back: 
Bart Frisbie, Mike Abbott, Coach D'Agostino, Miss Evans Miss 
Mistark, Coach Harris, Pepper Martin, Ray Holmes, Sandy Pool. 




leaders in white . . . two exercises each, ladies . . . Coach 
Dag's pride and joy . . . pick up whistles in the office 
. . . check the list for refereeing assignments . * . wait 
'till she finds out I don't know how to do it . . . shower 
numbers . . . Sock Hop tickets . . . squad places . . . 
teach them to do what? . . . time tests . . . Eastern ten- 
nis grip . . . Ted Hilton's . . . helpful, patient, and co- 
ordinated? 



On with shinguards, out with sticks and balls, and away we go! 



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FIELD HOCKEY TEAM — Front: Sally Car- Joyce Baker, Molly Moorman, Joan Finn, 
son, Cathy Labroad, Trina Gloth, Nancy Mary Wood, Carol Atwood, Mary Reardon, 
Kaynor, Pat Harwod, Jill Moran; back: Miss Evans. 




shin guards on the wrong feet again 
. . . it's colder and colder every 
time we go outside ... no need to 
set my hair, it just falls out here 
... on cold days running the field 
is like running from one end of 
the world to the other . . . won't 
that other team ever stop shooting? 
. . . someone's wild with the stick 
. . . ouch! . . . Miss Mistark's yell- 
ing positions . . . the goal seems 
smaller every time I try for it . . . 
run, dribble, pass . . . keep them 
out of the striking circle . . . tackle 
her . . . center it . . . nice goal! 




IT'S MINE, MICHELLE. No, it's mine! 



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Swimmers splash and spring to successful season. 



ONE LAST STROKE to victory. 




flutter those feet . . . everything from forty yard 
freestyle to the medley relay . . . practice twice a 
week . . . ten lap warm-ups . . . racing starts per- 
fected . . . feet together and point your toes on 
those dives! . . . the crack of the gun . . . parallel 
to the water — splash . . . pull, pull! ... hit that 
wall and flip . . . breathe, stroke . . . breathe, stroke, 
stroke . . . breathe, stroke, stroke, stroke . . . right 
down to the wall . . . the touch . . . lane #3, Long- 
meadow! 




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SWIM TEAM — Front: Randy Gelfman, Marcia 
King, Debbie Haddad, Barbara Wallace, Cindy 
Dale, Robin Burnett, Nancy Arnold, Linda 



LOOK OUT, here comes Nancy! 



Haynes, Laurie Fuller, Ann Exley, Sue Boggart, 
Betsy Merrill; back: Mary-Jane Dyson, Miss 
Evans. 



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Shooting, guarding, swinging, and tumbling girls 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL— front: Lucy Miller, Ann Kent, Jill Parker, Carol Atwood, 
Joan Finn, Pam Gates, Helen Triouleyre, Cynthia Manzi, Sue Slater, back: Jill Moran, 
Sue Exley, Mary Wood, Jane Marcy, Helene Robbins, Michelle Lanctot, Mary 
Reardon, Linda Michalik, Barbara Noone, Miss Mistark. 



tweet . . . line-up for the three weave 
drill . . . pass . . . don't dribble so much 
. . . tweet! . . . oh, my feet are all blisters 
. . . jump, push that ball up . . . tweet 
. . . rovers race back and forth . . . did 
they forget to time this quarter? — it 
seems awfully long . . . tweet . . . run, 
run . . . shoot — two points . . . tweet 
. . . that's the fourth foul, be careful 
... oh, is that why she keeps blowing 
that whistle? 



display spirit through skill and co-ordination. 



GYM TEAM — front: Sue O'Grady, Debbie Fuller, Sue Hall, Donna Samble, Andrea 
Chaffee, Sue Spallino, Janet Lakritz, Kathy Maycock, Marcia King; back: Laurie Denton, 
Sue Bogart, Debbie Alport, Sally Carson, Neva Kaufman, Joan Lincoln, Sue Slater, Joanne 
Davenport, Sue Benton, Joan Finn, Miss Evans. 




warm up before you do a thing, girls 
. . . did you move the beat-board? . . . 
swinging, tumbling, bouncing . . . new 
balance beam . . . floor exercise routines 
. . . first gym meet . . . arching, running, 
falling . . . leotards on right and tie 
your hair back . . . more meets . . . Miss 
Evans, could you help me? . . . twisting, 
pushing, balancing . . . Sports' Night . . . 
working, spotting, kicking ... I did it! 



DANCE CLUB — Linda Gifford, Molly Moorman, Betsy Busby, Judy Zuckerman, Donna 
Soodalter, Jill Temple, Nancy Kaynor, Nancy Haskell, Helen Trioulcyre, Barbara Brown. 

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Soft balls but hard hitters spark tennis and softball teams 



first base, second, third, fourth? . . . great 
team this year . . . Minnechaug, big game 
. . . good grief! . . . look at the size of that 
short stop . . . two strikes . . . gotta hit 
it . . . crack . . . run . . . first base . . . 
look out second here I come . . . third 
base? . . . outfielder still fumbling . . . 
. . home run? ... go for broke . . . 
no! here comes the ball . . . faster . . . 
watch out catcher . . . slide! . . . flying 
feet, arms and legs ... a cloud of dust 
and a hearty — Lancers win again! 

whop! . . . what a serve! . . . got it . . . 
over the net . . . uh, oh . . . here comes 
a fast backhand . . . love, fifteen . . . bet 
she has hoards of trouphies back home 
. . . hope I don't add one . . . wham! . .. 
fifteen, fifteen . . . think cool . . . water 
. . . boy, am I hot . . . tired . . . thirsty 
. . . think calm . . . front center court . . . 
missed it . . . thirty, thirty . . . my point 
. . . forty, thirty . . . slam! . . . right on the 
line . . . game! . . . and the victory . . . 
as I leap over the net . . . and trip . . . 
good show! 



1965 SOFTBALL — front: Carolyn Hall, Nancy Schroeder, Joan Finn, Sue Benson, Mary 
Reardon; back: Miss Evans, Kaki Beilby, Terry Coon, Pam Gates, Jill Parker, Linda 
Michalik, Carol Atwood, Dianne Fox. 




1965 TENNIS — front: Anne Wallace, Connie Katz, Sue Childs, Sue Benson; back: 
Terry Coon, Carol Atwood, Jill Parker, Carolyn Hall, Miss Menzie. 



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MAURICE SUHER TROPHY winner Jill Parker 
with runner-up Carol Atwood. 



L.HS. equestriennes ride for fun and competition. 



MISS EATON 



RIDING CLUB — Martin's Stable instructor, Pam Pace, 
Donnalyn Gross, Ellen Chereskin, Sue Robson. 




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cubes in pockets of jodphurs . . . polished 
saddles . . . bridles arranged . . . gear in- 
tact . . . aroma of the stables . . . excite- 
ment of the first jump . . . walk, trot, 
canter . . . Hi-0 Silver, away! . . . one 
quick jerk of the reins, a gentle nudge 
. . . sawdust flies as L. H. S. equestrians 
circle around the jumps for another lap. 



RIDING CLUB — Ellen Chereskin, Nan Harrington, Miss Eaton, Nancy Manzi. 



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Wheels and lines of jet and white spark spirit at Lancer games. 



DRILL TEAM — front: Sue Childs, Sue Filkins, Linda Childs, Co- 
captain Jean Leavitt, Captain Karen Elmer, Carolyn Pulvirenti, Shari 
Skowyra, Vicki Patterson; second row: Sally Hutchings, Carol At- 
wood, Nancy Leavitt, Barbara Bentson, Julie Williams, Holly Clark, 
Molly Moorman, Carol Tebaldi; third row: Beth Keegan, Nancy 



Haskell, Michele Lanctot, Carol Blakeman, Mary Ryder, Cindy Ellis, 
Barbara Zerwitz, Barbara Harris, Franny Clark; back: Miss Evans, 
Anne Throne, Betsy Busby, Janis Pulvirenti, Linda Gifford, Karen 
Kabrowski, Cathy Mayock, Donna Samble, Chris Penny. 




SENIORS — Julie Williams, Linda Childs, Sally Hutchings, Carolyn Pulvirenti, Nancy 
Leavitt, Shari Showyra, Barbara Bentson, Holly Clark, Karen Elmer, Sue Filkins, Sue Childs. 




drill team ... 30 seconds 'til half-time and do we 
turn on 7, 8 in the pinwheel? . . . nervous smiles, 
the "street beat" . . . clenched gloves and forward 
march! . . . staring at a solid wall of faces, is my 
ascot straight? ... left, right, left . . . stop at the 
red line . . . frantic counting . . . square corners, 
please, and lift those knees . . . mark time and about 
face . . . smile! and thy'll never know we goofed 
. . . form the "L" and file off . . . it's all over now 
. . . 'til the next home game. 



"Whether we win or whether we lose, we're here to hack the team!" 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— front: Helen Triouleyre, Laura Shatz, Cyn- 
thia Manzi, Co-captain Debbie Fuller, Heather Mudgett; back: Beverly 
Grzywacz, Missy Balthaser, Barbara Meiklejohn, Chris Zacarian, Captain 
Marylyn Nye, Sharon Black. 




FROSH CHEERLEADERS— front: Sue Bogart, Sue O'Grady, 
Laurie Denton, Marcia King, Andy Chaffee; back: Laurie Fuller, 
Beth Peterson, Jane Clark, Debby Alport, Joan Lincoln, Sue 
Spallino. 

May tryouts . . . summer practices . . . and practices and 
more prac-ti-ces-puff . . . what's a spazz like me doing on 
this squad? . . . no, not flips ... no, please . . . how about 
a calm cartwheel instead? . . . pep rally coming! . . . new 
uniforms . . . great spirit this year . . . can't let it die . . . 
gotta make it even better . . . touchdown boys! . . . smile 
. . . make them yell . . . hair in your eyes . . . GO GO!! 
. . . shakers making your hands blue . . . heavy sweaters on 
70 degree days . . . forget the heat . . . meet the team in 
the back parking lot . . . we want a basket . . . pep, never 
enough . . . scream louder, louder . . . we're from Long- 
meadow and no one could be prouder . . . noise, spirit, vic- 
tory, yell . . . beat 'em boys, beat 'em, beat 'em, beat 'em!!! 



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wearing a toga at the Roman Banquet 

checking coats at dances 

buying a ticket for a dance during 
lunch period 

takirfg around the library list 

winning a prize from Outlet 

wearing a jacket to school 
for Debate Club 

handing in an article on time 

decorating the school's lobby 

standing in the back row of Girls' 
Chorus where no one can see you 

showing up on time at a meeting 

working all day Saturday 
on the yearbook 

Les Cuisinieres eating 
their own cooking. 



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Goodhue revitalizes Student Council with new spirit and projects. 



STUDENT COUNCIL— Front: Joyce Dolan 
Holly, Clark, Debbie Alport, Anne Wallace, 
Margie Clifton, Connie Young, Sharon 
Black; back: Robbie Kimball, Bruce Throne, 



Mike Anziano, Bob Goodhue, Bruce Frisbie, 
Bob Black, Sterling Orr, Bart Frisbie, Jeff 
Diamond, Don Hayes, Henry Kigali, Rudy 
Dossman, Mr. Villeneuve. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS— President Robert Goodhue, Sec- 
retary Connie Young, Treasurer Anne Wallace, Vice-president Henry 
Rigali. 



will the meeting please come to 
order? . . . more T-shirts for the 
store? . . . our profit from the 
dance is . . . thank you for the 
treasurer's report, Anne . . . 
conventions, observations, do- 
mestic exchange . . . may we 
hear the minutes, Connie? . . . 
Henry and Bob get wheels turn- 
ing . . . how do you like all 
those new Student Council store 
supplies? . . . plans for a student 
court . . . yummy concession 
stand . . . room 215 .. . after 
school, before school, anytime 
. . . thanks, Mr. Villeneuve . . . 
the meeting stands adjourned. 



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Service Squad and student monitors handle new responsiblities. 



study hall with no teachet? . . . not bad! . . . but "re- 
sponsibility" . . . that's a big word to live up to . . . can 
it be -done? . . . first by seniors . . . success . . . then 
juniors ... to be a study hall monitor . . . the honor 
system . . . use of the English Department library . . . 
today a responsibility . . . tomorrow — more privileges? 



RESPONSIBILITY STUDY— Richard Kagan, Arnold Zamansky, Doug 
Bishop, Jim Burns, Ray Holmes, Gretchen Balthaser, Al Gorrod. 



RESPONSIBILITY STEERING COMMITTEE— Front: Rob- 
ert Goodhue, Vicky Boucher, Helen Triouleyre; back: Mr. 
Daniels, Jeff Diamond, Paul Jones. 




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big men in the corridors . . . 
marshals of our school . . . 
with badges of authority ... 
giving orders . . . talking to 
their girls ... an occasional 
hell-o . . . first in line . . . last to 
class . . . keeping order in the 
halls . . . trust-worthy men doing 
an outstanding job . . . Mr. Ful- 
ler's responsible guards . . . 
watching over our school. 




SERVICE SQUAD — Al Gorrod, Jeff Chandler, Stuart Cohen, Ross Appleman, Steve 
Munn, Don Mitchell, John Boltrucyk, Dan Bctsher. 

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Key Club members penetrate the realm ofKiwanis service. 



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KEY CLUB — Front: Mr. McLean, Stuart Cohen, Geoffrey Chandler, 
Alan Gorrod, Steve Munn, Matty Schaefer, Mr. LeBlanc; second 
row: Peter Puisz, Bob Goodhue, Bill Rubin, Bob Busby, John 
Joly, Gary Blake, Ron Waiksnoris, Sandy Orr, Robert Lowe, 
Richard Plaisance, Hank Ellis; third row: Paul Schneider, Jack 



Gushue, Louie Sophinos, Mark Sullivan, Rick Fredette, George 
Lagassa, Pete Adriance, Steve Neigher, Larry Berkeley, Rick Camp, 
John Forbess, Mike Sweeney, Fred Hoekstra; fourth row: Harvey 
Bond, Dave Holzapfel, George Locario, Lennie Shatz, Bruce Ho- 
bart, Dan Bloom, Jim Temple, Pete Graham, Jim Upson. 




Mark Sullivan and Harvey Bond 



Pete Graham and Garry Milsop 

the Key Club (no bunnies) . . . could I have quiet! . . . 
would someone like to take charge of . . . the bonfire 
. . . $200 for Toys for Joy . . . safety problems ... a 
car wash? . . . let's take a vote, Jeff . . . what church to 
support this Sunday? . . . Bucky will explain . . . girl 
of the month? . . . members at Kiwanis luncheons . . . 
high school leaders. 



National Honor Society hosts first Western Mass convention. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY— Front: Peter Wolk, Nancy Shoemaker, Donna Green- 
berg, Sharon Black, Penny Baum, Don Mitchell; middle: Richard Bessel, Martha Russell, 
Bob Lowe, Anne Wallace, Larry Cooley; back: George Lagassa, Shari Skowyra, Bonnie 
Kurth, Carol Popham, Lauren Feinstein, Ardeth Eisner, Christine Whittlesey, Bob 
Leff, Alan Kibbe. 




new tricks for '66 . . . out of the rut . . . into the first 
Western Mass. Convention ... 26 schools at Long- 
meadow ... see Bob or Martha for committees . . . oh, 
Steve, about the coat-checking for tonight for scholar- 
ships . . . service . . . plans: a dance? a college panel? . . . 
an eye to the future ... to establish Honor Society as a 
vital force. 



World Affairs Club studies problems; Debate Team resolves them. 



CHARLIE HAYES ILLUSTRATES his Euro- 
pean travels as Jack Gushue and Hank Ellis 
listen. 



DEBATE TEAM — Front: Dan Lavin, Doug Newton, Steve Munn, Dick Bessel; 
back: Mike Dunican, Barbara Harris, Stu Cohen. 




heated debates begin year . . . draft card 
burning, pro or con? ... 14B . . . "Gal- 
lup Poll" airs students' views . . . would 
forced integration be the answer? . . . 
and what about Red China, what do 
you think? . . . Miss Evans speaks on 
Peace Corps, Rudy on a divided Ger- 
many . . . Dan, John, Doug argue bills 
at AIC Model Congress ... an engross- 
ing and challenging year for the World 
Affairs Club. 

we, the affirmative team, assert . . . and 
the battle begins ... a challenge ac- 
cepted ... a field of facts . . . logic . . . 
and bluff . . . wonder what the offense 
is thinking . . . must anticipate . . . an- 
ticipate their attack . . . tick, tick, tick 
. . . oh, that clock! . . . four minutes to 
blast their argument . . . and then . . . 
we, the affirmative team, rest trium- 
phant . . . until the next match. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB— Front: Beth Moakler, Hank Ellis, Ann Kent, John Hy- 
land; back: Jack Gushue, Charlie Hayes, Mr. Joly, Dan Lavin. 



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FUTURE NURSES — Linda 
Clark, Ardeth Eisner, Dana 
Litlefield, Ruth Adam. 



learning about the teaching 
profession . . . raising money 
for a scholarship . . . helpful 
Mr. Houle . . . more meetings 
. . . movies, lectures, trips . . . 
striving to be best future 
teachers yet. 

nurse's aids, candy stripers . . . 
listening and learning . . . 
searching for the knowledge 
of experienced nurses . . . 
freezing selling candy bars . . . 
working towards future goals. 

Red Cross contributes its share 
of aid . . . selling cookies, pen- 
cils . . . asking for donations 
. . . offering services and enter- 
taining patients . . . helping 
young and old alike. 



FUTURE TEACHERS— Seated: Pam Gates, Linda Bostwick, Mr. 
Houle, Debbie Mitchell, Carol Tebaldi, Chris Coughlan; standing: 
Landa Palczynski, Linda Bernstein, Debbie Wilson, Lynn Stein- 
berg, Amy Michelman, Lauren Feinstein, Ellen Judd, Laura Vig- 
neault, Carolyn Pulvirenti. 




FUTURE NURSES— Mrs. Low, Marlene Gurland, 
Barbara Nienhuys, Connie Young, Louise Homstead, 
Svala Karlsdottir, guest speaker Mrs. Burt. 



RED CROSS CLUB — Front: Sandy Lipson, Joanne Gloth, Marlene Cutler, Connie 
Katz, Carol Zandan, Judi Zuckerman; back: Sue Solomon, Ellyn Schwartz, Julie 
Katten, Barb Zerwitz, Donna Soodalter, Phillis Young, Mrs. Low, Kaki Beilby, 
Bette Freed, Trina Gloth, Andrea Chafee, Sandy Judd, Rosemary Matchak, Mickey 
Black, Sandy Greenberg. 



Future teachers, nurses, Red Crossers launch fund-raising plans. 



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While the Lion roars and demands perfection, JET JOTTER 



JET JOTTER STAFF— 
front: Nancy Shoemaker, 
Donna Greenberg, Adri- 
enne Wolf, Sally Carson, 
Phyllis Giroux; middle: 
Penny Baum, Nancy Dale, 
Art Fox, Sue Wolfson, 
Sandra Tougias; back: 
Bruce Throne, Charles 
Poole, Don Mitchell, Dick 
Flint, Nat Salfas, Dave 
Clark, Bill Mclntyre, Mr. 
Lynch, Alan Kibbe, Harris 
Barowsky. 




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staff members edit award-winning monthly newspaper. 



all the news . . . we'd better try a little harder next 
time . . . Mr. Lynch took down our sign again? . . . hold 
it! . . . smile . . . there! . . . now, what do you think 
about the existence of snobbery and drinking and sex 
education in Longmeadow High School? 
who feels like making signs after school? . . . that's a 



pretty poor "Cracks in our Armor" . . . misery ... a 
two hundred word article on the granny dress . . . the 
deadline is only two days away ... a what for your 
thoughts? ... we get stacks and stacks of letters . . . 
one of the top twenty-five newspapers in the country. 




PHOTOGRAPHERS— Nat Salfas, Dick Flint, Harris Barowsky, Bill Mclntyre. 



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Bookstore, supplies, and dittos keep Business Club busy. 



BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS— Front: Carol Koetsch, Jim Burns, 
Sally Abrahamson; back: Mr. Dankevich, Carol Rachele, John 
Smith. 




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type and mimeograph, stock and sell ... no more 
staples or scotch tape left ... whose requisition calls 
for tissues? . . . just love the smell of new mimeo- 
graphed papers ... a new bookstore sign this year . . . 
do we have any Macbetbs left? . . . over 500 titles — 
and still in the red . . . but we try harder . . . who asked 
us to type up all that? . . . the office wants these forms 
done by . . . I'll never finish . . . something's wrong 
with this machine . . . but / didn't do it! 



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Outlet encourages writers; Math Club challenges calculators. 



MATHLETES— Scott Brown, Larry 
Sacks, Dan Lavin. 



OUTLET STAFF— Front: Daryl Krim, Nancy Yerall, Deb 
Shusman, Mr. Judd, Linda Masterson; back: Jim Orenstein, 
Nancy Manzi, Donna Soodalter, Linda Wensley, Bonnie 
Towne, Chris Peterson, Sue Solomon, Phil Sellers, Mark 
Sullivan. 




OUTLET EDITORS— Joe Stothert, Karen Kielbasa, Phil Sel 
lers. 



the Outlet of creative talents . . . what happened to the 
girl with the raven hair? . . . "Jiggs, get going and join 
the Outlet contest, we could win ten dollars" ... is that 
blot on the page really a squashed ant? ... art work, 
poetry, and essays — originality is the best asset of Out- 
let. 



MATHLETES — Front: Mr. Daniels, Mr. Ness; back: Richard 
Bessel, Nancy Shoemaker, Anne Exley, Barry Leavitt, Doug New- 
ton, Lauren Feinstein, John Lyons, Mark Leeper. 




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Cuisinieres, Cycloramists create at the stove and drawing board. 



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Tuesday afternoon meetings . . . pass the scissors 
but don't cut too far up the edge ... a trip to 
Hartford School of Art . . . making Christmas 
decorations . . . backgrounds for the Pops Con- 
cert . . . working hard and staying after school 
many hours . . . decorating the display cases . . . 
with Mr. Donlon's guidance, dedicated Cyclora- 
mists. 



delicious aromas wafting by . . . twenty-three 
potential Betty Crockers blend mouth-watering 
mixtures — the result, delectable dainties and 
tempting cookies and cakes . . . Mrs. Blakebor- 
ough keenly supervises culinary skills . . . cater- 
ing for coffee hours, proms, math meets, teas 
. . . diets forgotten . . . but what a way to go! 




LES CUISINIERES — Mrs. Blakeborough, Sue Wolfson, Karen Kabrowski, 
Louise Goldberg, Carolyn Frost. 



CYCLORAMISTS— front: Anita Wendell, Caroline 
Adams, Lynn Bisesti; back: Debbie Chasens, Pete 
Wilson, Sue Exley. 



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Language clubs translate Latin, Spanish, and French into fun! 



FORUM ROMANUM— front: Gary Blake, Helen Triouleyre, Sharon Nuger, Molly 
Moorman, Ken Siegel, Karen Kobrosky, Doug Newton; back: Sandy Pool, Sally 
Hutchings, Karen Kielbasa, Nancy Kaynor, Shelley Petluck, Mrs. Leab, Linda 
Michalek, Sue Wolfson, Donna Greenberg, Louise Goldberg, Ross Appleman. 



amo, amas, amat . . . Forum Domanum cum 
Mrs. Leab . . . Ken Siegel as Consul . . . first 
year slaves, second year citizens . . . gladia- 
torial fights and flowing togas . . . L. H. S. 
Romans congregating for the banquet. 

Peter Wolk nuestro presidente . . . meetings 
on Wednesday every two months . . . Span- 
ish con Standish . . . silencio por favor . . . 
fiesta at Trade High . . . slides and refresh- 
ments. 



parlez-vous frangais avec M. Whittaker . . . 
informal atmosphere . . . chance to utilize 
vocabulary . . . films and lectures . . . nous 
etudions la culture et French cuisine. 




SPANISH CLUB— front: Chris Zakarian, Peter Wolk, Sue Solo- 
mon, Linda Mazer, Garry Milsop; back: Mr. Standish, Nancy Coch- 
ran, Julie Winters, Carolyn Frost, Carol Preston, Lynn Epstein, 
Daryl Krim, Mark Leeper. 



FRENCH CLUB — front: Anne Wallace, Jennifer Daley, Bonnie 
Kurth, Cheryl Ramberg, Barbara Siegel; back: Janet Conti, Judy 
Cogswell, Nancy Shoemaker, Mr. Whittaker, Garry Milsop, Nancy 
Leavitt, Adrienne Wolf, Virginia Williams, Chris Coughlan. 



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A VA, Cafeteria, and Lab Aides donate their time to serve LHS. 



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where's the tape-splicer? ... 250, 250, 250, my finger's 
so sore . . . movies . . . tapes . . . money . . . aiding the 
school in different ways . . . have you seen the slide 
projector . . . don't put that French tape with the Span- 
ish tapes . . . stage lighting and microphone set for as- 
sembly . . . pick up the projector in room 230 and 
bring it to 210 . . . eating late lunches in a deserted 
cafeteria . . . sounds and sights and smells . . . aides 
leave teachers with time to teach. 



CAFETERIA AIDES— Gary Blake, Kathy Reilly, Beth Moakler, Linda 
Goodwin, Connie Smith, Jim Orenstein. 



AUDIO-VISUAL ASSISTANTS— Mr. Allan, Hal Resides, 
Bruce Robbins, Tim Vecchiarelli; back: Mike Reynolds, Dakin 
Chamberlain, Ken Arlan. 




LANGUAGE LAB AIDES— Front: Brad Marcus, Van VanDeWater, 
Mark MacDonald, David Michelman; middle: Linda Rodman, Debby 
Hirshfield, Jean Meiklejohn, Mrs. Richter, Debbie Wilson, Virginia 
Williams, Bonnie Kurth, Lauren Feinstein, Sue Solomon; back: Chris 
Yerkes, Judy Cogswell, Garry Milsop. 



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Office, Library Aides spare sanity of secretaries and librarians. 



LIBRARY AIDES— Front: Peter Wolk, Barry Leav- 
itt, Alan Lerman, Garry Milsop, Bonnie Kurth; sec- 
ond row: Marcia Hennick, Miss Baird, Linda Solbert, 
Janet Sickel; third row: Nancy Dale, Mary Ryder, 
Carol Preston, Nancy Shoemaker. 





OFFICE AIDES— Front: 
Janet Sickel, Linda Sol- 
berg, Amy Michelman, Pat 
Ray, Gerri West, Randi 
VanBeenan; back: Mrs. 
Washburn, Bev Smith, 
Donna Leete, Ellen Swartz, 
Gloria Debien, Cathy 
Peterson, Cindy Dale, 
Nancy LeRoy, Cheryl 
Ramberg, Rugh Law, 
Cindy Bishop, Julie Sum- 
ner, Louise Stanley, Mrs. 
Downton. 



helping in the library . . . stamp . . . where's 
your pass? . . . stamp . . . two cents a day not 
counting weekends . . . stamp. 



helping in the office . . . buzz . . . Mrs. Wash- 
burn, will you sign this please . . . buzz . . , 
no, Mr. Fuller isn't in right now . . . buzz. 



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AFS Club unites West Germany and Iceland through LHS chapter. 



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anxious juniors anticipating a sum- 
mer abroad ... sixty applicants . . . 
teas and evening interviews . . . 
how do you feel about civil rights? 
. . . describe your community . . . 
should I tell them I watch Batman? 
. . . finally! Judy and Mark — our 
two semifinalists. 

each student benefiting . . . new 
faces . . . new customs . . . Rudy 
from Germany . . . Svala from Ice- 
land . . . assemblies, what language 
do you speak in Iceland? ... do 
you think it's better not to have a 
drinking age? . . . what do you 
think of Longmeadow? . . . fund 
drives for next year . . . AFS, service 
through friendship. 



EXCHANGE FAMILIES— Rudy Dossman, 
Margaret Rodney, Svala Karlsdottir, Doug 
Newton. 



1966 SUMMER CANDIDATES— Judy Cogs- 
well, Mark Sullivan, Adviser, Mr. La Valley. 




Domestic Exchangers return with Boonton memories and new ideas 



DOMESTIC EXCHANGE— Seated: Bob Goodhue, Noreen 
Thomson, Mr. Angilly, Miss DiVincencio, Miss Evans, Mr. Donlon; 
first row: Gary Blake, Sheila Falduto, Jennifer Daley, Theresa 
Keane, Julie Williams, Kathy Willigan, Sally Coons, Janice Yaco- 
bone, Kim Schneider, Barbara Zerwitz, Bev Lucas, Nancy Shoe- 
maker, Janis Schiller, Karen Elmer; second row: Frank Schim- 



menti, Ann Kent, Beth Moaklee, Helen Triouleyre, Pete Levine, 
Abe Blitzer, Ruth Wagner, Lenore Sek, Jean Leavitt, Jeanne 
Tucker, Sandy Lipson, Tom Armstrong, Bonnie Kurth, Joan Finn, 
Pat Schappert; third row: David Michelman, Anne Exley, Helene 
Robbins, Harry Kipperman, Vince Volpe, Doug Newton, Charlie 
Williams 




POPS CONCERT— Kathy Willigan, Sheila Falduto 
Anne Exley, Joan Finn. 



it all started with an application . . . meetings, scrap- 
book, money, more meetings . . . and they're here! . . . 
meeting people . . . you were born in Australia? . . . 
having fun . . . pops concert, toboganning but no snow, 
basketball . . . sharing ideas . . . smoking council and 
responsibility program and isn't drill team nice? . . . 
making friends . . . goodbye on Saturday and hello 
again on Sunday . . . welcome to Boonton ... so differ- 
ent from Longmeadow . . . and so much spirit . . . 
pom-pom girls, pep club, at least a thousand school 
songs . . . and a special door for seniors! ... in two 
short weeks it's over . . . but it will never be forgotten. 



POPS CONCERT— Jennifer Daley, Dave Michelman, 
Frank Schimmenti, Jean Leavitt, Tom Armstrong. 



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With ascots, berets, and new songs, the LHS band incites the 



BAND — front: Sue Exley, Trina Gloth, Anne Vigneault, Betty 
Bourque, Earl MacLeod, Richard Tariff, Sally Elliott, Paula D'An- 
tonio; second row: Nancy Baron, Kathy Smith, Mark MacDonald, 
Mark Barowsky, Chris Roan, David Reed, Barry Leavitt, Jana 
Edelberg x Lynn Epstein; third row: Ron Waiksnoris, Bruce Hobart, 



Craig Schiff, Mark Blakeman, Ken Arlen, David Holmes, Duane 
Richter, Pete Devine, Linda Masterson; fourth row: Richard Kamp, 
Bob Miklaski, Jim Tierney, Charlie Francis, Tom Bartlett, Mike 
Fein, Steve Munn; back: Roberta Vincent, Steve Snyder, Gary 
Blake, Don- Hayes. 












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JESTERS— Phil Locario, Bob Miklaski, Pete Devine, 
Bruce Frisbie, Jim Tierney, Richard Kamp. 




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Spirit of '66 as majorettes twirl to the tempo of the Lancer heat. 




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TRUMPETS— Dave Holmes, Craig Schiff, Bob Warwick, 
Mike Sweeney, Ken Arlen, Bruce Hobart, Ron Waiksnoris. 






umph, hey, help me lift this suzaphone 
. . . lost valve oil . . . misplaced mouth- 
pieces . . . flute music in a clarinet folio 
. . . Eastern States Exposition '. . . com- 
plete and utter misery is marching for- 
mation practice for ten blocks with a 
bass drum . . . team support and lots of 
noise at football games . . . pep band 
during basketball . . . berets and ascots, 
pretty sharp, eh? . . . forgot my instru- 
ment . . . patience, Mr. B. . . . third place 
in the Fire Prevention Parade ... all for 
the love of music? 




MAJORETTES — Sue Richards, Phyllis Giroux, Captain Beverly Smith, 
Sandy Carville, Linda Shaw, Carolyn Jones. 



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BOYS' CHORUS— Chris Oake, Robert Plaisance, 
John Poirier, Brian Marcotte, Bernie Mullins, 
Binny Head, Stuart Meadows, Tom Zanaty, Lloyd 
Thayer, Tom Bartlett, Dave Castleman, Paul 
Reitz, Roger Manthis, Mr. Carbonell, Paul 
Gonyea. 



CHORUS I— front: Marilyn Mills, Sue O'Grady, 
Debbie Gamble, Michele LaMothe, Valerie Mc- 
Geoghan, Sarah Feldman, Daryl Krim, Pam Con- 
don, Carol Erlin; second row: Linda Bisesti, Mar- 
ty Jamison, Diane Robb, Sue Spallino, Linda 
Wiener, Joan Lincoln, Cindy Siegal, Laura Den- 
ton, Mimi LePage, Wendy Cohen; third row: 
Kathy Warren, Sue Upson, Sue Larose, Jill Moran, 
Marlee Denis, Lisa Clark, Margaret Reidy, Janice 
Donaldson, Mary Keane; back: Sandra Cantalini, 
Donna Framerian, Amy Michelman, Charlotte 
Burke, Joan Gibson, Joan Ferris, Sandy Judd, 
Donna Robertson. 



From double piano to triple forte, vocal 





groups charm audiences in Longmeadow and Puerto Rico. 



"Sing We and Chant It" . . . keep that larynx down . . . 
the animals march in two by two . . . shorten your robe 
by tomorrow . . . rehearsals and frustrations . . . I'm 
not even singing, what do you mean softer" . . . but I 
have to breathe! . . . District with nothing to do in the 
afternoon . . . long skirts, velvet skirts, black skirts . . . 



tuxes and red socks . . . appreciation, Debussy . . . frus- 
tration . . . work, practice, concentrate, but smile! . , . 
practice ... I Cantori, Fa Una Canzone . . . different 
languages ae, ee, ie, oe, oo . . . frustration, please don't 
break your music stand, Mr. C. . . . and finally, the 
moment of truth . . . our reward? ... we make music. 



LYRICS — front: Peter Wender, Greg Shepard, Vicky Boucher, 
Carol Preston, Mary Ryder, Jean Leavitt, Marcia Hennick, Jean 
Kelly, Matt Wiener, Van VanDeWater; second: Mr. Carbonell, 
Bernie Kaplan, Bonnie Kurth, Beth Lauterwasser, Jane Marcy, 



Mary Jane Dyson, Connie Smith, Karen Elmer, Janet Conti, Mike 
Lieber, Greg Ryan; back: Jim Orenstein, Bill Squires, Dick Flint, 
Bob Lowe, Alan Kibbe, Sandy Orr, John Forbess, Phil Ryan, 
Roy Lithwin. 



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CHORUS II— front: Candy Weeks, Sandy Green- 
berg, Barbara Morrison, Judy Aucrbach, Paige 
Price, Linda Kline, Linda Williams, Joan Guernsey; 



back: Roberta Vincent, Donna Lovell, Ruth Adams, 
Debbie Epstein, Beth Moaklcr, Peggy VanDe- 
Water, Shari Skowyra, Sharon Spink, Sally Mayock. 



165 



From Mozart to Anderson, 



Missy Balthaser 



oney-and-a-twoey-and-a . . . trumpets, 
quiet down . . . who's got an "A"? . . . 
great potential, honestly . . . rehearsals 
four times a week . . . you lose your 
music just once more and I'll . . . no, 
you don't beat the tympany with a vio- 
lin bow . . . the grinding crunch of 
stepped-on rosin . . . whose valve oil 
spilled all over my case? . . . syncopa- 
tion . . . only six more rehearsals before 
the concert . . . panic . . . take that music 
home and practice it, please . . . stage 
fright . . . the moment of truth . . . the 
glory of applause. 



STRING QUARTET II— Bruce Courson, 
Charlotte Burke, Mary Jane Dyson, Joan 
Hernberg. 


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ORCHESTRA — front: Joyce Norton, Marylyn Nye, Bruce Cour- 
son, Nancy Bein, Joan Hernberg, Mary Jane Dyson, Patricia Har- 
wood; middle: Charlotte Burke, Carol Zandan, Deborah Haddad, 



166 



Richard Derby, Carol Atwood, Nancy Freed; back: Hal Resides, 
Jerry Spingler, Michael Ross. 



the orchestra inspires music appreciation. 



Pat Harwood, Carol Atwood, Richard Derby, Mary Jane Dyson, Nancy Freed. 






Carol Preston, Marcia Hennick, Jean Kelly. 



; STRING QUARTET I— Pat Harwood, Judy Eisner, 
Nancy Bein, Joyce Norton. 



167 



Articles, pictures, energy and patience create MASACKSIC. 



I 



TYPING EDITOR 
Ardeth Eisner 





LITERARY STAFF— seated: Literary Co-editor 
Martha Russell, Sports Co-editor Jeff Diamond; 
standing: Phil Ryan, Laura Shatz, Shelley Petluck, 
Bob Lowe, Barbara Robinson, Ross Appleman, 



Joanne Gloth, Missy Balthaser, Dan Bloom, Sally 
Hutchings, Barbara Siegel, Marylyn Nye, Jean 
Leavitt. 




BUSINESS STAFF— Adviser Mr. Suher, John Hyland, Bette Freed, 
^eth Moakler, SanHv Greenberg, Chris Coughlan. 



EDITORS — Literary Co-editor 
Jeff Chandler and Co-editor-in- 
chief Holly Clark. 



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MASACKSIC creates tangible evidence of the Spirit of '66. 



LITERARY STAFF— Debbie Fuller, Dave 
Gloth, Judy Cogswell, Margaret Winters, 
Barbara Harris. 



SPORTS EDITORS 
Joan Finn, Jeff Diamond 




CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Bart Frisbie 



ART STAFF — seated: Debbie Shusman, Co-editor Helen Triouleyre, 
Barbara Siegel; standing: Sue Pringle, Debbie Chasens, Jean Kelly, 
Co-editor Barb Fisher. 



streams of consciousness ... a month before our dead- 
line . . . copy and some more captions . . . where are 
those layouts that had to be checked? . . . something's 
wrong with these proportions . . . what, another work 
day this Saturday? . . . nobody leave 'till we get one 
more sophomore headline. 



all articles due this Friday, typed . . . two more weeks 
to D-day . . . proofreading, cropping, editing, and a 
week to go . . . after school 'till 6:30 and ninety-two 
pages mailed to O'Toole . . . can't believe we made 
that deadline . . . Masacksie: there's more spirit to it! 



169 



The Spirit 

graduating the 12th instead 

yelling at frosh baseball games 

being invited to both the Junior 

responsible students studying 

meeting the golf team on the 18th 

attending Antigone 

a London broil dinner at Vincent's 

sliding practice in the rain 

throwing the empty ones in 

a Senior Month with no study halls 

coming to school on hot days when 

finished. 




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of '66 is . . . 

of the 19th 

and Senior Proms 
in the courtyard 
green in the rain 



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ordering a school ring 
from Landen True 

buying your date flowers 

at the Longmeadow Flower Shop 

purchasing your own car 
at Kent Ford 

being fitted for a tuxedo 
by I. M. Press 

a ride to school on a rainy day 
in a Longuiel bus 

trying a new hairdo 

at the Beauty Shop on the Green 

a commentary from Cunningham's 
on The Red Badge of Courage 

using Spalding equipment 

in football and basketball games 

soothing sore muscles after a game 
with Absorbine Junior 

a victory ride to Friendly's 

a full-page class ad 

a haircut at Tony's because you 
were told it was about that time. 



Index to Advertisers 



ADVERTISER 



PAGE 



ADVERTISER 



PAGE 



A 

Agawam Taylor Rental 204 

Albert J. Facey 196 

Allen Lawnmower, Inc. 189 

Al Marcotte Ford, Inc 178 

American Legion Post 175 192 

Anderson & Co. 216 

Anderson & Benson Corp. 228 

Arkay Shops 205 

Armata's Super Market 184 

Atlantic Aluminum 223 

Atlas Auto Body 199 

Automobile Sales Co 221 

B 

Bay Path Junior College 178 

Beaulieu Chevrolet, Inc 207 

Beauty Shop on the Green 191 

Bel-Mar Insurance Agency 181 

Belmont Laundry 190 

Blake's House of Banquets 197 

Bliss Pharmacy, Inc 184 

Bob's Variety 208 

Brightwood Hardware 220 

C 

Carborundum Co 194 

Carter Paper Co 211 

Chief Walmer's Driving School 210 

' Chippy's Barber Shop 230 

Ciciarelli Insurance Agency 198 

Class of 1967 202-203 

Class of 1968 213 

Class of 1969 188 

Cock o' the Walk 200 

Coca-Cola 228 

Cohen Bros., Inc 193 

Cooley, Arthur Inc 206 

Corcoran, E. F 209 

D 

Dale Bros. Laundry 201 

Dave's Food Town 220 

Dempsey Industrial Furnace Corp 212 



E 

Earle's Wallpaper & Paint Co., Inc 187 

Eastern States Storm Windows, Inc 216 

Edward L. Canter, Inc 224 

F 

Fairbank's Auto School 218 

Fede's Barber Shop 224 

Fisher, Carl Co., Inc 185 

Frederick's 193 

Friendly Ice Cream Corp 183 

G 

General Machine Co 200 

Gilbert's Book Shop 197 

Grodsky Plumbing 211 

Guenther & Handel 211 

Guthrie Fence Co 210 

H 

Hallen Construction Co 221 

Hampden Coal & Oil Co 218 

Hampden Color & Chemical 195 

Hampden Dodge 206 

Harold Kent Ford 186 

Hayden Wayside Furniture 181 

Hinkson Paper 196 

Holyoke Equipment Co 185 

Homestead Construction 215 

Houser Buick 199 

Howard Johnson's 208 

I 

I. M. Press Formal Shop 221 

Industrial Equipment & Supply Co 197 

Interstate Tire & Brake 223 

J 

J. Clayton Flax, Inc 200 

Joffee Oil Co 210 

K 

Irving S. Kimball 192 

M. J. Kittredge, Inc 199 



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PAGE 



ADVERTISER 



PAGE 



L 

Landen-True, Inc 183 

Library Book House 208 

Longmeadow Atlantic Station 196 

Longmeadow Beauty Salon 194 

Longmeadow Barber Shop 190 

Longmeadow Community Market 210 

Longmeadow Flowers 215 

Longmeadow Pharmacy 209 

Longuiel Transportation 193 

Loring Studios 231 

Lotus China 206 

M 

Mansfield Paper Co 209 

Martha's Web 191 

Mascaro's Florist 189 

Richard A. McCullough 200 

Midtown Recreation Bowling Lane 224 

K. Miller Tool & Mfg. Co., Inc 211 

Milton Bradley Co 219 

Mirkin's Cleaners 228 

Mr. Robert's Beauty Salon 229 

Moore Drop Forging Co 186 

Mountain Laurel Restaurant 214 

Mt. Tom Ski Area 229 

N 

National Gage & Die 181 

Nelson's Cycle World 214 

P 

Pen Lincoln Mercury 185 

P. E. Phelon Co., Inc 217 

Peter Pan 220 

Pioneer Valley Real Estate Agency 205 

Price Associates 193 

R 

Radding Signs 229 

Railroad Salvage 208 

Rainbow Girl Coat Co 182 

Reiter Oldsmobile 227 

Ross Bedding & Furniture 205 

S 

Samuel Black Company 205 

Separate Shop 222 

Shaker Bowl 227 



Shakour Laboratories 185 

Sherman Exterminators 229 

Sidney Baron Realtors 230 

Six Corners Pizza 196 

Ski Haus 209 

Smith Pharmacy 219 

Souliere Building Co 182 

Spalding & Bros., Co 225 

Springfield 5 1 Savings Bank 216 

Springfield Gas Light Co. 201 

Springfield Herald 224 

Springfield Republican 204 

S.S.S. Sorority 207 

Stacy's Cleaners 227 

Standard Industrial Supply Co 226 

Stanley Home Products 187 

State Line Fine Foods 192 

State Line Service Station 189 

Stearns & Yerrall 221 

Sterling A Orr 197 

Stuart Hughes 184 

Student Prince 206 

T 

Trading Post Pharmacy 194 

Tri-Hi-Y 198 

U 

Underwood Press 216 

United States Envelope 192 

Universal Jewelry Case Co 194 

V 

Valley Cinema, Inc. 181 

W 

W. F. Young, Inc 180 

Wallace Manufacturing Corp 179 

White Circle Line 222 

Willow Glen House 220 

Winnie's Auto Service 184 

Y 

Yale Genton 227 

Z 

Zimmerman, J. & Son 189 

Zundell's Hardware 199 



175 



Patrons 



176 



The Masacksic Staff is deeply indebted to its patrons and advertisers. 
Without their assistance, this book could not have become a reality. 



Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. D. Abbott Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Abrahamsen Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harris E. Adriance Mr. and Mrs. 

Mrs. Robert F. Atwood Mrs. John F. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bardach Mr. and Mrs. 

The Rev. and Mrs. George E. Beilby Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Bentson Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Betsher Mr. and Mrs. 

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Bloom Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bourque Dr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mn>. Robert Brigham Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Burke G. Brown Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Busby Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Carl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chandler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Chapin Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clark Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Cohen Mr. and Mrs. 

Judge and Mrs. Sidney Cooley Mr. and Mrs. 

Dr. and Mrs. John S. Coughlan Mr. and Mrs. 

Dr. and Mrs. Louis Cutler Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Archer W. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Deely Dr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Diamond Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dore Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dzwilewski Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglass N. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Fieldman Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Flint Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Feinstein Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Frisbie Mrs. Edna B. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Frost Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Milo F. Galbraith Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hy Gloth Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gomez Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Goodhue Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Graham Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Al Grimaldi Mr. and Mrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. 



Joseph T. Gushue 
Stanley L. Haines 
Arthur A. Hart 
Hernberg 

Irving R. Hirshfield 
Russell L. Hoekstra 
B. Peter Janik 
Robert A. Johnson, Jr. 
Paul W. Jones 
David M. Kagan 
Leonard Katz 
Stephen Kielbasa 
Samuel Krevalin 
George Lagassa 
Alfred W. Leab 
Edward C. Lowe, Jr. 
Jules Lowe 
Elwood Lutz 
Andrew Lyons 
Barclay T. Macon 
Albert Marcotte 
Robert E. Martin 
Mendell Mazer 
Donald P. Meiklejohn 
Lawrence C. Milsop 
Norman Mirkin 
Harold L. Mitchell 
James M. Moakler 
H. R. Nye 
Clinton P. Paige, Sr. 
Edwin L. Parker 
Parsons 

Robert C. Patterson 
Harold Petluck 
Joseph R. Poirier 
James A. Pool 
Earle O. Popham 
Albert W. Pringle 
Vincent Pulvirenti 
Robert P. Ranahan 



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. Claude H. Reitz 
. Alan E. Rich 

Paul Rigali 
. Stephen Romanko 

Louis Rosheger 

Robert D. Russell 

Alfred A. Santaniello 
. Lino Salvador 
. Julius Siegel 
N. Slater 

C. M. Smaltz 

Jack Smith 
. Kristian Solbert 
. Murray M. Solomon 
. Wesley J. Souliere 
. William O. Spink 

Robert Squires 

Robert Stelzer 

Joseph C. Stothert 

Gary Tampone 

Henry J. Tebaldi 

Victor W. Thompson 
. Everett H. Underwood 
. Richard W. Upson 

H. Robert Van Gaasbeck 

Harvey Vigneault 

Ralph Webber 

Robert P. Wensley 

Glenn Whitney 

Richard W. Whittey 

W. N. Whittlesey 

Howard Williams 

M. Montague Williams 

Lawrence P. Winters 

J. C. Winthrop 

Herbert Wolfert 

David Wolk 

Wilbur F. Young 

Setrag A. Zacarian 



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IN MEMORIAM 




JOSEPH EDWARD MAYER 
November 11, 1948 - April 3, 1966 



177 



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Jet. HIGH and MAPLE STREETS 



HOLYOKE 




Seralind Chilson, Gail Wiskoski, Linda Marcotte, and Bonnie Towne show off the Marcotte's new Ford. 




BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Programs of Study: 

Liberal Arts Pre-Teaching 

Executive Secretarial 

Legal Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

588 Longmeadow Street Longmeadow, Mass. 

Telephone 567-3371 

Catalog Sent Upon Request 



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178 



QBTC, 



WALLACE 



HOME OF CUTLERY CRAFTSMEN 




Anne gets a "Wallace" trim from Shari Skowyra, Sally Hutchings, Nancy Brig- 
ham, and Chris Petersen. 




Anne "demonstrates" Wallace cutlery! 



179 




"There is nothing like an ABSORBINE treatment," says Phyllis Young to Martin 
Witholt, Reed Lincoln, Bruce Hartford, Tom Tracy, Sue Childs, and Dennis Orsi. 



W. F. YOUNG INC. 



Manufacturer of 



ABSORBINE JR. 




Connie Young is giving a hard sell to Jeff Diamond and Al Gorrod. 



180 



AUTO INSURANCE 

BEL-MAR 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

ALL RISKS-EZ PAY PLAN 

Open Mon. and Thurs. Eve. 

RE 7-1405 

1421 MAIN ST. 

OPPOSITE FORBES & WALLACE 

FREE PARKING IN REAR 



HAYDEN WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE INC. 

245 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 




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For any room in the home visit 
HAYDEN WAYSIDE FURNITURE 

where you will always find 
QUALITY - SERVICE - SAVINGS 




Hey! Isn't there some rule about . . . 

NATIONAL 
Gage and Die Co., Inc. 

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11 RAMAH CIRCLE 



"You carve while I catch the chips," says Phyllis Young to sculptor Sally Mayock 
as Sandy Pool poses. 



Valley Cinema & 
Valley Sound Corp. 



958 STATE STREET 



AGAWAM 



MASS. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Audio Visual Equipment 
Slides & Film Strips 
Photographic Supplies 
Film Rental 



RE 6-4576 



RCA Langauge Lab 

Closed circuit Ed. TV 

Record players 

P. A. systems— Tape recorders .„. 



Bette and Nancy Freed model Rainbow coats. 



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"The Smartest Girls in Town Wear a 
Rainbow Around Their Shoulders" 

RAINBOW 
GIRL COAT COMPANY 

40 Congress Street 
Springfield, Mass. 
Mr. Bernard Freed 





SOULIERE BUILDING CORP. 



49 DRURY LANE 



LONGMEADOW 



+ + 



LO 7-8324 



Roland shows Souliere craftsmanship to Jim Baxter, Fred Guiliani, 
and Rick Johnson. 



"Would you like nuts on that sundae?" ask Don Mitchell, Barb Bentson, Martha 
Russell, and Julie Williams. 




JEWELRY -.- SILVERSMITHS 



'Quality Jewelers Since 1862' 



LANDEN-TRUE INC 



10 Harrison Ave. 



Stop at the Sujtt^f wodTa^ie 




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"Wilt thou be mine, fair sir?" asks Sharon Black to Bruce Curran, Linda Thompson to 
Cot Craft, and Betsy Merrill to Henry Rigali. 



183 



ARMATA'S SUPER MARKET 



901 SHAKER ROAD 



LONGMEADOW 



For School Supplies and Cosmetics 
COME TO 

BLISS PHARMACY 
INC. 

Louis H. Selwitz, Ph.G. 

Phone LO 7-3359 

798 WILLIAMS STREET AT BLISS 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Next to Popular Markets 



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That's using your head, Bill! 



"Is Sweden really like that, Inger?" ask Marlene Cutler and Joanne Gloth. 

Tel. 567-9587 Tel. LO 7-8009 



184 



STUART HUGHES & CO., INC. 

1431 MAIN STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Tel: 781-2384 

Complete Investment Service 

David J. Manheim— Louis B. Meadows— Milton Schreiber 



WINNIE'S AUTO SERVICE 

Repairing — Towing — Service 
Gas — Oil — Tires 

410 Longmeadow Street 

LONGMEADOW 



THE HOLYOKE 
EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 



524 HIGH STREET 

HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 

Supplier of Office and Food Service 
Equipment to Longmeadow High School 




LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 
• MERCURY • COMET 

• SAFE BUY USED CARS 




1566 STATE ST., SPRINGFIELD 

(Wear Pine Point) Opposite A & P 



ST 5-5347 




Seniors all fall down! 



CARL FISHER CO. 



Roofs, Sheet Metal and Welding 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



SHAKOUR LABORATORIES INC. 

189 Taylor Street 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

Telephone 736-1816 

* Manufacturing Chemists 

* Distributors of leading standard lines of 
Beauty Shop Supplies and Equipment 

* Designers and Builders of functional 
Beauty Salons 



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HAROLD KENT FORD INC. 



CHICOPEE FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS 



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"Why not leave the driving to us?" ask Gretchen Balthaser, Ann Kent, 
Anne Wallace, and Jill Parker. 



MOORE DROP FORGING CO. 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




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Class of 
1969 



Go Lancers Go! 



Sue Spallino, Debbie Alport, Cathy Hart, and Sue O'Grady pause for one more laugh 
before going home. 






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Sales 



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Service 



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Allen Lawn Mower Inc. 



GARAGE 



20 RIVER STREET 



1730 LONGMEADOW STREET 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Yardman - Power Mowers - Panzer Tractors 
Bob-Cat Snowblowers 



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Mr. Suher tries to make men merry . . . 

Your Fifth Avenue Florist at the "X' 



but Mr. Burkle and the girls don't dig "the new sound' 




^^flORIST 

451 SUMNER AVE. 

SPRINGFIELD 8, MASSACHUSETTS 

Flowers of Distinction for Every Occasion 

Joseph J. Mascaro, Prop. Tel. RE 3-9411 



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333 BELMONT AVENUE 



LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 



Anthony Alaimo, Proprietor 



16 BLISS ROAD 




Mr. Craver congratulates Stuart Cohen on receiving the Brown Book Award. 



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"What, #20 worry?" smiles Sharon Black. "Not with Cindy Ellis as 
my barber!" 



/iff /e -fjocoer prihf^ 
acj<xrdeft in Uout coardrobcl 

305- Bridge Street 




BEAUTY SHOP ON THE GREEN 

Josephine M. Lucas, Pro£. 

9 CHANDLER AVE. 

(Cor. Chandler Ave. & Longmeadow Street) 

LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETTS 

Tel. LO 7-5643 

Instant Hair Dryers 




"What'll your mother say when she finds out you charged 
it?" Linda Thompson asks Ellen Martin. 



Best Wishes and Good Luck 
to the 
CLASS OF 1966 - 
. . From the 

ALBERT T. WOOD 

POST 175 
AMERICAN LEGION 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving S. Kimball 



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"AI, what have they been feeding you?" wonders Jim Warner. 

STATE LINE 
FINE FOODS 

* * * 




"Chivalry hasn't died yet," Cat' 
olyn Jones remarks with a smil! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS OF '66 



25 ENFIELD STREET 



UNITED 
[USE| STATES 

ENVELOPE 



192 



Thompsonville 



Connecticut 



PRICE ASSOCIATES 



1387 MAIN STREET 



COHEN BROS. INC. 

INDUSTRIAL SCRAP IRON AND METAL 

846 BAY STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




s Jim Katter opens the door 
or her. 



The Lively Ones 



FREDERICK'S JEWELERS 



LONGMEADOW REP 



Steve Nissenbaum 



LONGUEIL 

TRANSPORTATION 

INC. 



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Longmeadow Beauty Salon 



LO 7-5167 



UNIVERSAL JEWELRY 
CASE CO. 



151 LONGMEADOW STREET 



LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



Air Conditioned 



165 FRONT ST. 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 




Mr. Fuller's assistant, Sandy Levy, trims 
Pete Buscemi. 



Larry Cooley and Mr. Ahern chat between classes. 

Phone LO 7-3364 



CARBORUNDUM COMPANY 



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WEST SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



TRADING POST 
PHARMACY 

903 SHAKER ROAD 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Free Delivery 

* 

Full Line of Cosmetics 
Baby Needs — Luncheonette 

Sam Davis 
Reg. Pharm. 








5 ALBANY ST. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 
RE 2-2112 




Hail to the mighty Colts! Gary Tampone, Pepper Martin, Paul Homestead, Jeff 
Diamond, Ross Appleman, Pete Graham, and Manager Al Gorrod. 



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Gifts Diamonds Watches 

Telephone REpublic 2-6500 

OPTICIAN 

ALBERT J. FACEY 

Jeweler at the X 

Complete Jewelry Repair Service 

SPRINGFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS 

539 Sumner Ave. 573 Belmont Ave. 



SIX CORNERS PIZZA 



'Skillfully Prepared' 



339 WALNUT STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



RE 4-7266 




At graduation 1965, Marshals Bart Frisbie and Helen Triouleyre lead seniors 
toward diplomas carried by Readers Holly Clark and Jeff Diamond. 



HINKSON PAPER COMPANY 



LONGMEADOW 
ATLANTIC CENTER 

711 BLISS ROAD 
LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



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//in/(sq,7 paper (ompany 

IMfM «T%^J PAPER 

*P$imeK J4as9. 



Converters of Paper 



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PALMER, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 
of 

GILBERT'S 
BOOKSHOP 



INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

and 

SUPPLY CO., INC. 

-:- MILL SUPPLIES -:- 




Gary Blake invites Phyllis Giroux to Blake's Banquet House. Sandy Orr accidently sells himself a Ford. 



Compliments 
of 

BLAKE'S 
HOUSE of BANQUETS 



STERLING A. ORR, INC. 

- CADILLAC - 

10 MILL STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Tel. 781-1800 



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To seek, to find, to share with Tri Hi Y. 




Phillip C. C 

Gene 



iciarelli, C.L. 
rol Agent 



Mutual 

OF OMAHA 




Ciciarelli Insurance Agency 

Headquarters for the Greatest Name 
In HEALTH INSURANCE 
Mutual of Omaha — 
Your Good Neighbor 
MUTUAL OF OMAHA 
INSURANCE COMPANY 
HOME OFFICE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA 
Insurance for Individuals and Families 
Sickness — Hospitalization — Accident 
Group Insurance • Air Travel Insur- 
ance • Student Insurance • Senior Se- 
curity Insurance for those 65 or over. 
OVER $4,000,000 IN BENEFITS PAID EACH WEEK 
FEATURING LOCAL BENEFITS SERVICE 

- Head Office.- - 




John G. Ciciarelli 

General Agent 

United 

91 Broadway -- Springfield, Mass. -- 737-4771 OF OMAHA 

YOUR STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS 




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LEWIS ZUNDELL 



ATLAS AUTO BODY, INC. 



Hardware — Paint — Appliances 



Complete Auto Body Repairing, Painting & Upholstery 



770 MAIN STREET 



JOSEPH TOMASSETTI 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



ONE BELMONT AVENUE 



Telephone REpublic 3-0912 



SPRINGFIELD 8, MASS. 




Jack Gushue adds another autograph to Irene 

Schaeffer's cast. 



Patrons Committee chairmen, Sally Abrahamsen and Vicki Patterson. 



M. J. KITTREDGE INC. 

Diamonds 
Jewelry Silverware 

1354 Main Street 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

— Headquarters for — 
High School Rings Charms and Pins 



H0USER" 

BUICK. INC. 



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Let us help you celebrate 

the nice things that are happening 

this spring . . . 

Birthdays 

Graduations 

Engagements 

Weddings 

COCK o' THE WALK 

... for gifts 

712 BLISS RD. 

LONGMEADOW 



BEST WISHES 



to 



The CLASS OF 1966 

General Machine Co. 





Nancy Brigham 



Landa Palczynski 



Inger Andree 



REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 

RICHARD A. McCULLOUGH 

784 WILLIAMS STREET 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

"Service Is Our Business" 

LO 7-7708 



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J. CLAYTON FLAX, INC. 

1562 MAIN STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

RE 2-1133 

Complete investment service: 

Stocks, bonds, and mutual 
funds. 






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DRIES 
4 LOADS 

for the 
PRICE OF ONE 



SERVICE 



The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadow and we sincerely hope to serve you! 







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Seniors Pepper Martin and Don Fleming reminisce with Cindy Ellis and Sharon Black commit the rape of the locks as Ross 



pictures of years past. 



Appleman and Jeff Diamond are left helplessly to their mercy. 



DA LE BROS 



r^£se*st*s>ru&. 



RE 6-5491 



472 UNION STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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Cindy Bishop, Holly Howes, and Ruth Law phone home for a ride. 



Bill Mclntyre, Nancy Shoemaker, and 
Jennifer Daly check Barbara Bentson 
and Carol Atwood's coats for N.H.S. 




This sure ain't no Playboy! 



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Itf: ffi ^W ft*X»3 Juniors master Algebra II. 

Carol Zandan signs up Connie Katz for a prom committee. 



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Don't Buy It! Rent it from Bob Conti at 

Agawam's Taylor Rental 

Above Agawam Shopping Center, Agawam. 
RENT: 



• Party Supplies 

• Road Rollers 

• Engine Hists 

• Exercise Equipment 

• Tandem Bikes 



• Trench Diggers 

• Roto Tillers 

• Walkie Talkies 

• Hospital Supplies 

• TV's 





LHS graduate, Bob Conti, makes good. 



"Side by side" are Nancy Easton and Dana Little- 
field. 



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Read the news of 
LONGMEADOW 
HIGH SCHOOL 

in the 




SHOP 



12 VeA/nxw, St 




PIONEER VALLEY 
REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

HAROLD M. CATLIN, Realtor, M.L.S. 

Exclusive Representatives 

Inter-City Referral Service 

471 LONGMEADOW STREET 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Telephone 567-8911 







Cappy Pool 



"Swallow it fast, and it won't bother you," say Dave Tomassetti, Barry Wolfert, Walt 
Sokolowski, and Paul Homestead. 



THE ROSS BEDDING & 
FURNITURE CO. 

114 MAIN STREET 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

"Let ROSS Make Your House a Home" 



SAMUEL BLACK COMPANY 

100 MEMORIAL AVENUE 

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

DIAL 733-3178 

— oOo— 

Best one source for all Paperbacks 

Samuel P. Black Lewis A. Black 



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ENJOY 

Excellent Food 

Congenial Atmosphere 

Attentive Service 

THE STUDENT PRINCE 

AND 

FORT RESTAURANT 

FORT ST. (Just off MAIN) 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



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ONE OF THE 

LARGEST DODGE DEALERS 
IN NEW ENGLAND 

DART - CORONET - DODGE 
DODGE TRUCKS . New & Used 
SALES • SERVICE • PARTS 

Large Selection of 

USED CARS 

cji 734-8251 

648 State St., Springfield 





The cafeteria offers food for thought to The line-up: Charlie Francis, Steve Squires, Eddie Warwick. 
Peter Lux. 

Congratulations 



Reflection of Good Taste — even before 

THE GIFT is opened — because it bears these two 

names — Yours — and Ours 



to the 
CLASS OF 1966 



Arthur L^oole 



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JEWELER 

1210 MAIN STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



FINE CHINA and GLASS 
1398 RIVERDALE RD. 
WEST SPRINGFIELD 



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BEAULIEU CHEVROLET INC. 



707 STATE ST. 



Springfield, Massachusetts 




"Yeah," says Danny Bloom, "and the car's all mine, too!' 




SSS Sorority meets at the Ellis' house. 



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BOB'S 
VARIETY STORE 

"The Store with Friendly Service' 
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S 



25 PARK AVENUE 



WEST SPRINGFIELD 



AT THE STATE LINE 



RE 2-3887 





The Sock Hop attracts the masses. 



Fred Hoekstra has his hands full 
filling supply requests. 



LIBRARY 
BOOK HOUSE 



RAILROAD SALVAGE, INC. 

2215 MAIN STREET-SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Close-Outs — Railroad & Freight Salvage 
Bankruptcies — Insurance Claims 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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LONGMEADOW 
PHARMACY 



159 LONGMEADOW STREET 

LONGMEADOW 

MASSACHUSETTS 




16 Shaker Road East Longmeadow , Mass. 

The Finest in ski and sportswear 

Open Year Round 
Ski Equipment 
Sportswear 
Diving Equipment 
Water Skis 

Surf Boards 





Would you believe we have a jukebox in our cafeteria? 



Decorators climb the ladder to a successful Pops Con- 
cert. 






MANSFIELD PAPER 
CO. INC. 



187 LIBERTY STREET 
SPRINGFIELD 

MASSACHUSETTS 



Edward F. Corcoran 
Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. 



434 BLISS ROAD 
LONGMEADOW, MASS. 



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Call Evenings 
RE 2-6752 - ST 2-2555 

Chief Walmer's 

DRIVING SCHOOL 

Dual Control Cars 

We Call for You 

Teenage Insurance Discount 

19 NORFOLK STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



LONGMEADOW COMMUNITY 
MARKET 



138 LONGMEADOW STREET 



LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 




Grins at graduation 1965 



Fans Laurie Bacon and Matty Schaeffer prepare for photo-finish. 



GuThRiE 



FENCE CO. inc. 

765 COLUMBUS AVE. SPRINGFIELD 5, MASS. 



JOFFEE OIL COMPANY 



160 ROCUS STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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HflDPS 



CARTER PAPER CO. 



136 WAYSIDE AVENUE 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel. 785-1961 



RE 3-1360 - Phones - RE 2-6120 

K. MILLER TOOL 
& MFG. CO., INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF WIRE STRIPPERS 



Kenneth T. Miller 
President 

Res. LO 7-3819 



875 ELM STREET 
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 




Pete Adriance 



Bucky Upson finds a way to beat the stairway rush. 



HARRY GRODSKY & CO., INC. 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



G&H Continental Delicatessen 

. . . : for over 62 years an institution of 
fine traditional and foreign foods. 



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We also make and prepare many foods, 
all home-style cooked. 

GUENTHER & HANDEL 

7 Stockbridge St., just south of State and Main Sts. 



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HV^H 



INDUSTRIAL 
FURNACE — 

CORPORATION 





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Landa Palczynski's sports car can beat the school bus anyday. 



Bruce Frisbie 



Class of 
1968 




Mary Reardon, Chris Penny, Neva Kaufman, Joyce Dolan 



Barbara Vella, Sue O'Connell 



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DUCATI — NORTON — HONDA — MATCHLESS — MONTESA — MOTO GU2ZI 




Telephone 
732-9891 







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Telephone 
739-4037 



366 MEMORIAL AVE. 



WEST SPRINGFIELD 



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"Too bad this isn't an electric typewriter," ponders Mr. Ursprung. 



"And furthermore, Mr. President, I would like to say 
that . . ." writes Bernie Kaplan. 



THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL 

ROUTE 5 
THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 



Where you will relax in a pleasant atmosphere 
and enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner. 



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"Homes of Distinction" 
— BY — 

ROY A. PROVENCHER 

18 SILVER BIRCH RD. 

LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

Alan Realty 567-0406 




"Now then, what kind of corsage do you want?' 



FTD Member 



473 Longmeadow St. 



rJLonameadow -s&(0 

FLOWERS 



Deliveries to Greater Springfield 



Brad Parker, Jr. 
LO 7-3343 



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EASTERN STATES 
STORM WINDOW, INC. 

1010 MEMORIAL AVENUE 

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Mfg. & Distributor 
STORMSEAL Aluminum Product 

Offices throughout the East 



SPRINGFIELD FIVE CENTS 
SAVINGS BANK 

1319 MAIN STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




Mr. Craver awards John Forbess the Williams Book Award. "Would you like to share?" asks Mr. Climo. 



UNDERWOOD PRESS INC. 



38 HAMPDEN ST. 



SPRINGFIELD 3, MASS. 



The Window Cleaning SERVICE 

... for Particular People 

Genera/ Cleaning Contractors 

ANDERSON & CO. 

43 WESTERN VIEW CIRCLE 
EAST LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Offset and Letterpress 



Telephone LA 5-3353 




31 MHKR&9KH 



R. E. PHELON CO., INC. 




Always ready with a smile are Marcia Hennick, 
Jean Kelly, Carol Preston, and Mary Ryder. 



PHELON MAGNAGRIP CO., INC. 



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20 DWIGHT STREET SPRINGFIELD 

RE 3-0458 
THE OLDEST AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES 

"over 56 years serving Springfield" 



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Dual Control Cars — Standard & Automatic Shift 
Licensed by Registrar of Motor Vehicles 




"All the driver's education in the world couldn't help me!" say Page Price, Jeff 
Licht, Marianna Santaniello, Bev Smith. 



"They melt in your mouth, not in your hands," 
explains Jeff Chandler to Shelly Petluck, Barbara 
McCann, and Barb Meiklejohn. 



HAMPDEN COAL & OIL CO., INC. 



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SMITH PHARMACY INC. 

487 Longmeadow Street 

LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETTS 

LO 7-3582 — LO 7-5653 




We carry everything worth selling. 




After more than 100 years of contribution to the joy of living 
and to the happiness and betterment of childhood through its 
production of toys, games and educational material, Milton Bradley 
Company looks forward to the future with confidence. 

New and exciting things are happening these days in America's 
classrooms. The teaching profession knows that educating our 
children properly requires more than bricks and mortar for new school 
buildings. Progressive educators with imagination are pioneering 
and experimenting today with the results which could be the con- 
ventional curriculum of tomorrow. 

Milton Bradley Company's objective lies in its ability to furnish the 
necessary tools to meet the demands for child training of the future. 

MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY 

74 Park Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 
NEW YORK • CHICAGO • SAN FRANCISCO 



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BRIGHTWOOD HARDWARE 
& Bike Shop 

794 WILLIAMS STREET 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Lawnmower Repairs 

Bike Repairs — Appliance Repairs 

Scoff Lawn Products 

Free Delivery - - LO 7-8436 



DAVE'S FOODTOWN 
SUPERMARKET 

Member of "Big 11" 
-oOo- 



60 Shaker Rd. 
East Longmeadow 



483 Belmont Ave. 
Springfield 



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Photographer catches Robin Burnett in pike position. 



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PETER PAN TOURS 

AIRLINE RESERVATIONS 
AND TICKETS 

OPEN DAILY 9 to 9 FREE PARKING 

144 BRIDGE STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

781 - 3343 

MOTORCOACH TOURS 

1 DAY TO 15 DAYS 



Pam Pace and friend. 



Willow Glen House Restaurant 



Banquet Facilities 



Conference Rooms 



232 N. MAIN STREET 



EAST LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



Est. 1915 



Tel. RE 4-4012 




RAILROADS AND INDUSTRIAL 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

STEEL ERECTION • EQUIPMENT RENTALS 

IjAlQg^Attt W CONSTRUCnOW CO.. INC. 

139 PARAMOUNT ST., SPRINGFIELD 

RE 7-6115 • RE 7-9841 

NEW YORK - 4270 AUSTIN BLVD., ISLAND PARK - LONG BEACH GE neral 2-8300 



TEL. RE 6-471 1 

I. M. PRESS FORMAL SHOP 

"We Will Impress You With Our Service" 

Correct Formal Dress 

Tuxedos, Full Dress, Cutaways 

Strollers, White Dinner Jackets 

All Accessories 



326 DWIGHT STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 




Jim Baxter is intoxicated by the music of the Bolts. 



Bart Frisbie receives the Dartmouth Book Award from Mr. Fuller. 



teams 
an& 
ferrall 

REALTORS 

— Specializing In — 

Longmeadow — East Longmeadow — Wilbraham 

Hampden — Conn. — Springfield 

& Surrounding Communities 

LO 7-3361 



AUTOMOBILE SALES CO. 



95 LIBERTY STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



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Vivian McGeoghan, Sue Ronaldson, and Jean Cameron model 
new summer separates. 




THE SEPARATE SHOP 



LONGMEADOW, MASS. 



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'On the Green' 



Frequent Bus Service 

between Longmeadow 

and Springfield 

WHITE CIRCLE LINE 

THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 
Tel. RI 5-6141 




Coaches available for 
charter service 



One way to get to the big city is the big Blue & White bus. 



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Junior girls change a tire? Not on your life! Donna Greenberg, Barbara Harris, 
Andrienne Wolf, Sharon Nuger, Judy Zuckerman. 



INTERSTATE 
TIRE & BRAKE STORES, INC. 



SPRINGFIELD - THOMPSONVILLE 





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Aluminum 
Brass 



All Sizes 

Shapes 

Alloys 



How about a song ? Connie Katz, Bruce Throne, Ann Throne. 




Quality products of the finest 
mills in England and the Con- 
tinent, competitively priced. "To 
profitably Reduce your metal 
costs, call your nearest Atlantic 
Office Today!" 



ATLANTIC ALUMINUM 

AND METAl DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 




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FEDE'S BARBER SHOP 



145 STATE STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




What can we say? 

MIDTOWN RECREATION 
BOWLING ALLEYS 

2 ORANGE STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



RE 4-9729 



Di Carlo Bros., Prop. 



SPRINGFIELD HERALD 

340 MAIN STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

(formerly SPRINGFIELD SHOPPING NEWS) 



Air Conditioned 




EDWARD L. CANTER, INC. 



27 WILLIAM STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



It's a new cheer we have — called the broken pyramid. 



We're the SPAULDING family in LH.S 




Laurie Bacon 



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Lisa Nannen 



Paul Jones 



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"What do we do now?" Robbie Ranahan, Fran Mirkin, and Sandy Pool ask Ken Siegel. 




STANDARD INDUSTRIAL 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

246 CHESTNUT STREET 
SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 




Barbara Siegel instructs Donna Greenberg, Carol Zandan, Barb Meiklejohn, 
Laura Shatz, and Sharon Nuger in Advanced Machinery 411. 



'SPRINGFIELD'S" ONLY AUTHORIZED FRANCHISED 

OLDSMOBILE dealer 



* SALES 

* SERVICE 

* PARTS 




34 SUMNER AVE. 



RE 4-6471 



SPRINGFIELD 



SHAKER BOWL 



168 SHAKER ROAD 

East Longmeadow Massachusetts 




Barbara Meiklejohn 



Jackie Black 



Connie Young 



Bev Grzywaczs 




YALE-GENTON 

RIVERDALE STREET 
WEST SPRINGFIELD 
MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

STACY'S 

TOWN and COUNTRY 

CLEANERS 



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ST FOR GOOD GROOMING 



PHONE 

RE 3-6664 

for a courteous 

MIRKIN 

ROUTEMAN 



CLEANING SERVICE 

2575 MAIN STREET 




F-40 



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Printed in U.S.A. 



Refresh... 




add zest 
to the 



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Bottled under Authority of the 
Coca-Cola Co. by 

The Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 

OF SPRINGFIELD, MASSAHUSETTS 
33 Plainfield St. Telephone RE 2-7435 




Compliments of 



Moving 




270 LIBERTY STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Packing 



WHITE 



sewing 



since i87s machines 

"SERVING THE SPRINGFIELD AREA 

FOR OVER 60 YEARS" 

Your Assurance of Quality Product tcith 

* Dependable and Reliable Service 

SALES • SERVICE • PARTS 

— NEW- AND USED — 

FULLY GUARANTEED - TRADE-INS WANTED 




BUDGET TERMS 



PFAFF 

SALES & SERVICE 



EXPERT REPAIRS 

For All Makes of Sewing 
Machines, Free Estimates 



•eina 

SALES fir SERVICE 



WHITE SEWING CENTRE 

"Buy Right ■ Buy A Whit*" 



352 Bridge St., Springfield 

736-5293 



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RADDING SIGNS 



Compliments 
of 

MT. TOM SKI AREA 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 




Compliments 
of 

SHERMAN EXTERMINATING 
COMPANY 



W% Pota 



525-6105 



180 Shaker Rd. 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



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CHIPPY'S 
BARBER SHOP 



786 WILLIAMS STREET 
Longmeadow Massachusetts 







Alan Appleton, Ken Seigel, Pete O'Grady, and Jim Low submit to Chippy's barbershop quartet. 



SIDNEY BARON REALTOR 

682 Summer Ave. 

Springfield 

733-2277 

778 Longmeadow St. 

Longmeadow 

567-3375 



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Corner of Stearns Square and Bridge St. 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




G. Edward Carlson 
Manager 



Official Yearbook Photographers 



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The Spirit 

of 
'66 



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Editors-in-chief 


Holly Clark 
Bart Frisbie 


Literary Editors 


Martha Russell 
Jeff Chandler 


Sports Editors 


Joan Finn 
Jeff Diamond 


Art Editors 


Barbara Fisher 
Helen Triouleyre 


Business Co-chairmen 


Beth Moakler 
John Hyland 


Secretary 


Chris Coughlan 


Treasurer 


Robin Hart 



finished. 



Literary Adviser 

Deborah C. Steele 

Business Adviser 
Maurice Suher 

Photographer 

Raymond Rhode, Loring Studios 

Publisher's Representative 

Jack Brown, T. O. O'Toole and Sons 



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